The T3CM Fall/Winter 2019 collection recently dropped and it draws inspiration from Russia, spotlighted with designs by Dmitri Kluchevski. He explores themes of overproduction, globalization, and ecology all at once, dominating the fashion apparel with Cyrillic text designs. The range also highlights plastic overproduction specifically, bringing awareness to the waste that is produced through literal and metaphoric translation.
The label's new tote bag resembles a plastic bag and it features the capsule's portrait emblem along with convenience store motifs. The clothing and other accessories take an artistic angle with the plastic bag symbol adorning the pieces. A standout item is a two-piece suit that features the label's branding detail in an all-over manner -- this replicates local produce market stalls in Eastern Europe, highlighted by the prominent white and green checkered design.
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