London-based accessories and apparel brand ARCS has just presented its latest collection for Fall/Winter 2023 and the capsule looks to build on the label’s core principles by bridging the gap between streetwear and tailored.
ARCS is best known for its accessory releases, with each of its styles consistently focusing on modularity, while continuing to expand on the brand’s commitment to using sustainable materials and processes. Now, ARCS’ all-new apparel collection looks to supply more of the same — and this is done through offering garments that do not sacrifice the brand’s integrity or the environment at the same time.
With this in mind, the latest collection from ARCS London is based around a selection of different styles; ranging from bottoms, tops, and skirts, to shirts, knitwear, and headwear. The vast majority of designs have been constructed using a blend of technical fabrics with each style also maintaining the brand’s traditional “Mac” paneling and silhouette. Additionally, a collection highlight comes in the form of the new Fleece Gilet which has been made using recycled cotton and features two side access pockets and a metal buckle closure.
Meanwhile, the Bust Long Sleeve and T-shirt have been crafted using organic cotton and include tonal flatlock panels that are used to combine a selection of neutral hues. Rounding off the tops offering is the Technical Knit — this adopts an assemblage of technical ribbing, while the elbows are complemented with darts for enhanced movement.
Bottoms add to the new capsule from ARCS and there are two silhouettes to choose from: wide and slim. Both fits are complemented with flatlock seams and integrated belts, while the Hopefully Pleated Skirt — which boasts a wool construction and metal buckle closures — rounds off the collection.
You can take a closer look at the new collection from ARCS London above and via the brand’s official website in August 2023.
In other fashion news, take a look at the Fall/Winter 2023 collection from Miu Miu.
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