Colmar Originals Goes Ultra Progressive While Maintaining Snowy Beginnings

For a brand that’s almost 100 years old (Colmar was founded in 1923), Colmar’s latest output is immensely modern, with a sensitive freshness that doesn’t pertain to archaic traditions or outputs. Colmar’s clothes are jackets and coats, hoodies, and sweaters, but the men’s range shine best in a smaller range of subtly camp long sleeves tops with tight, figure-hugging silhouettes, cropped quilted coats with contrasting sleeves, and shorts with unusual lengths and cuts. 

For AW21 and their third installment of Colmar A.G.E – Advanced Garment Exploration.  Colmar have linked up with Iranian designer Morteza Vaseghi for an exclusive capsule that celebrates abstracts shapes and lines that originate from an area of contemporary and personalised design. This attentive collection explores soft velours of blended wool, produced in diagonal yarns that recall classic tweed; rip-stop fabrics are embossed and cut short just slight of traditional fits and expectations, while technical and sporty pieces live up to the brand’s origin as skiing and outdoor wear. 

The full collection, including a stellar women’s line, an illusory shoot in the Italian alps, and an interview with the man behind the collection, Morteza Vaseghi, is online at LN-CC. 

Colmar at LN-CC.

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