Luke Meier‘s OAMC has tapped the Japanese photographer Daidō Moriyama for a Fall/Winter 2020 capsule collection comprising shirts, T-shirts, sweatshirts and more.

As presented during OAMC’s FW20 runway show, the capsule features many images from Moriyama’s back catalog that, to this day, continue to challenge convention. These seminal photographs, which capture a cow, a ceiling light, and a hand, appear on the back of every garment in the capsule collection and also inform the Dover Street Market Ginza installation that has been made to celebrate the partnership.

Standouts in the collection include a denim shirt in yarn-dyed Japanese rigid cotton, which sports a leather tab on the front alongside an image of the hand as well as a larger print of the cow on the back, and the oversized short-sleeved T-shirts which feature OAMC branding front and rear, images, and a generous cut.

Italian compact brushed fleece has been used for the crewnecks and hooded sweatshirts in the FW20 capsule, tapping into OAMC’s luxe but minimalist approach. All of this joins the FW20 runway pieces made from cotton matelassé and open-stitch knits, which can be seen below.

Take a look at the Daidō Moriyama x OAMC FW20 capsule pieces and the DSM Ginza installation above. The installation will be in-store from now until November 26, while the entire collaborative clothing collection can be bought from OAMC’s website and selected retail stores worldwide now.

In other news, Carhartt WIP and 2G have reunited for a Sorayama-covered capsule.

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