Children of the Discordance introduces its new collection designed for the Fall/Winter 2020 season and it is entitled 'Protect Archive.' The range aims to capture designer Hideaki Shikama's new series of goods rooted in trousers, hats, shirts, and patterning jackets that reflect inspirations and fabrication from all over the world.
Shikama explores a his signature bandana style in fresh new perspectives including a coat that features interior straps and pants to match. Additionally, vests and bucket hats in the range are also crafted from an archival fabric. Referencing the brand's previous seasonal drop, the latest also highlights strong patterns such as graffiti fonts and paisley emblems. This time, it is more dramatic and referencing of worldly cultures.
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Children of the Discordance Drops the FW20 Protect Archive Range
1. Global-inspired Fashion - There is an opportunity for fashion brands to incorporate cultural influences from around the world into their designs for a unique and globally-inspired aesthetic.
2. Archival Fabric - Using archival or vintage fabrics in fashion designs can not only add a unique element to the collection, but also promote sustainable practices in the fashion industry.
3. Mixed-pattern Clothing - Designing clothing with mixed patterns and textures can create a bold and eye-catching look for fashion-conscious consumers.
1. Fashion - Fashion industry players can leverage the global-inspired aesthetic and sustainable practices in the use of archival fabrics and create mixed-pattern clothing for their upcoming collections.
2. Textiles - Textile companies can explore using archival fabrics and patterns to create new, eco-friendly products that appeal to a fashion-conscious customer base.
3. Cultural Exchange Programs - Cultural exchange programs can promote the sharing of global fashion trends and inspire designers to incorporate cultural influences into their designs for a unique and diverse aesthetic.