DHL, by now, is no longer a brand foreign to the world of fashion. And after Vetements, here he is working with Yuki Hashimoto!
Yuki Hashimoto is an up-and-coming Japanese designer, who participated in Tokyo’s Rakuten Fashion Week presenting a fantastic collection in which there were some items in collaboration with DHL.
The garments in collaboration with DHL are reworkings of the uniforms worn by employees of the company, in perfect Hashimoto style.
The latter has created an avant-garde fashion show with unstructured and revisited garments.The futuristic look of the models blends perfectly with the sporty and activewear vein of the garments.
The collection is overall elegant, but versatile. Elaborate, but not complex.
The collaboration with DHL includes a yellow bib on a long navy blue trench coat, a t-shirt and a bag.
The designer for this collection was inspired by the artist Olafur Eliasson, whose installations are able to transport us into another dimension.
In this video, Yuki Hashimoto tells us about the idea behind his brand, after telling how SS21 was born:
Photo credits. hypebeast.com
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