Atelier de l’Armée's Spring/Summer 2014 lookbook searches for visual inspiration in the deep blue sea and the Middle East. Embracing sustainable design practices, the Amsterdam based label is built with a zero waste philosophy that aims to create an ecologically responsible business model.
Atelier de l’Armée's latest collection mixes high-end and durable fabrics with re-purposed textiles that embrace an eco-friendly view of fashion. The label's lookbook mixes over-sized cotton and denim shirts with loose-fitting trousers and hand-made backpack accessories.
The catalog is lensed seaside and features a bearded and long-haired model who exudes an effortlessly cool aesthetic. The model resembles a castaway in the editorial that marries luxe constructions with wearable and practical menswear staples. These pieces embody the true essence of quality and capture a modern version of youthful sophistication.
The Atelier de l’Armée Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook is Nomadic
Jana Pijak — June 11, 2014 — Fashion
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