Equipment’s vision of nonchalant French elegance ran from utilitarian silhouettes to understated nods to a rock ’n’ roll aesthetic. Solutions for head-to-dressing included an expanded knit offer and print dresses intended to subtly evoke the Paris skyline. There was also the reintroduction of sleepwear with pajamas that would work as day-to-night dressing, a limited-edition line of shirts reproduced from the archives, and a more colorful proposition in the second season for Equipment’s gender-fluid line.
WWD Critique: The pared-back aesthetic that underlies Equipment’s DNA provided a range of silhouettes that were classic enough to take from one season to the next while providing subtle details to pique interest.
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Launch Gallery: Equipment RTW Fall 2020