Berlin-based fashion label Last Heirs introduces its latest seasonal collection for Spring/Summer 2018. It captivates attention with its unique abstract usage of fabric materials, industrial aesthetics, and conceptual showcases. The overarching theme that the latest Last Heir collection centers around is a quote by French Philosopher Michel Foucault. The thematic quote reads "I'm not a prophet. My job is making windows where there were once walls."
Last Heir translates the futuristic concepts that Foucault suggests through this quote. Some pieces represent this idea with translucent materials on workwear, or a blend of oversized denim in contrast to tight fitted t-shirts, and metallic accessories. Some additional standout items from the range include an orange safety belt, wide-legged denim pants, and a Sashiko duster is blue and white.
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