Belgium-based tag Léo has expelled a Fall/Winter 2018 collection, that draws impulse from a early-’90s to a millennium epoch by absolute silhouettes that tweak on informed sartorial codes. For this season, engineer Leonneke Derksen and sales executive Matthias Medaer offer infrequent panoply such as denim, jersey sweats and nylon tracksuits that harken behind to a “Slacker Movement,” during that MTV unplugged sessions and ninja mechanism games reigned supreme.
The collection’s oversized fits are visited by uneven cuts, singular steel hardware, cropped lengths, as good as a brew of materials such as vegan python leather and fur accents for a energetic operation of ensembles that simulate a transformative state. A tone palette of blood red, black and denim blue is carried by touches of splendid immature and silver.
Check out Léo’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection lookbook above and conduct over to a label’s website to see a stockists. For some-more collections, check out NEPENTHES’s Spring/Summer 2018 “CAMOFLORA” editorial.