Edit + understands that form doesn't always have to follow function, sometimes the two can go hand-in-hand. Its latest FW20 collection perfectly exemplifies this as it showcases genderless modular clothing that serves a technical purpose that extends further than fashion and aesthetics.
This collection was designed by Jean Sung, The North Face Korea's former executive director. Focusing on her love of sportswear, this line offers wearers the ability to customize their pieces to better fit their environment. For example, the Take the Winter+ Padding Coat can be transformed into eight unique designs, including a waist-length jacket, a vest of a knee-length coat. Other pieces include the Saturday Sunday hoodie, which features a detachable hood and removable strings.
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