ULLAC introduces its latest Escape Routes collection designed for the Spring/Summer 2019 season and it is packed with a selection of genderless fashion designs. The overall design language tells the story of simple workwear shapes that are ready for the season with materials such as handmade denim decorated with patterns. There are also a series of shirts, jerseys, large tops, and jackets that inform the seasonal capsule.
Some of the key items in the range include the painters pants made from ecru materials and the Batkid jacket in a black hue that recalls traditional Japanese denim tops. The overall inspiration that the range evokes stems from the founder and designer of the capsule, Chris Lynd's time in London during the World Cup last year. He explains the diversity of people, films, games, and music that were all contributing to one space and its ambiance. Lynd expresses that "their colors, characters, and clothing all inform our latest drop and these new images tell a new story of escapism."
Escapism Genderless Workwear
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Free-Spirited Retro Menswear
Rave-Inspired Nostalgic Streetwear
Utilitarian Transitioning Coats
Workwear Heritage-Themed Apparel
90s Japan-Inspired Workwear