With Spring and Summer months rapidly approaching, it's time to start to focus on the seasons' fashions. Gone are the heavy, bulky fabrics of winter and we can now usher in a new set of materials. That is what we love most about the Spring/Summer 2016 collection by Shanghai's Object Occult. Titled The Double Dream of Spring, the collection is a beautiful and delicate array of looks that are soft, breathable and ready for the heat. Using fabrics like linen, tinsel, and even lightweight wool, the clothes carry a nice subtly with amazing handcrafted qualities and discreet, impressive details.
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The sophisticated layered ensembles are among our favorites. Linen jackets with hoods and nice pockets pair well with loose, white collarless shirts for a monochromatic look that is undeniably summer.
The campaign is equally as intriguing as the clothes. With anonymous models and often unisex silhouettes, there is a definitely sense of duality and genderless undertones. The masks and dark, cold setting give it the brand's signature occult feel and we love the mysterious mood of the photographs.
Object Occult has proven to be a seasonal favorite of The Brvtalist. With its spot on imagery and fashion that is subtly renegade, we always identify with the concepts and message of the collections. The brand also maintains a high set of standards with their use of luxury fabrics and much of the collection is handmade in Italy. With Summer seemingly already here in Los Angeles, these pieces are incredibly right NOW. For more information please visit Object Occult and Tumblr.