BLACK, NAVY AND A HINT OF GUNMETAL

PLEATS PLEASE & BAO BAO PLEATS PLEASE & BAO BAO PLEATS PLEASE & BAO BAO PLEATS PLEASE & BAO BAO PLEATS PLEASE & BAO BAO PLEATS PLEASE & BAO BAO PLEATS PLEASE & BAO BAO

Yohji Yamamoto hat, Issey Miyake A-POC top, Pleats Please Issey Miyake pants, Bao Bao Issey Miyake bag, Comme des Garçons X Dr. Martens shoes.

Photos by Adam Nalapraya

Last week’s outfit post was all about Issey Miyake’s Pleats Please range, this week it’s about A-POC.

‘“A-POC” is an acronym for “A Piece of Cloth” and refers too, to the idea of “epoch.” It is a manufacturing method that uses computer technology to create clothing from a single piece of thread in a single process. Development began in 1997 as a project led by Issey Miyake and engineering designer Dai Fujiwara.’ (isseymiyake.com)

The top I’m wearing is from the A-POC range. It is customisable in the sense that you can cut the fabric to different shapes – if you look closely, there are faint lines on the sleeves indicating where you can cut. The concept is just incredible.

The hat, top, pants and bag are all available at Dilettante.

Dilettante > 575 Wellington St, Perth 6000

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