Yohji Yamamoto once said in order for a man to be well dressed, he shouldn’t stand out, he should blend in. Adam Kimmel’s menswear comes from a similar standpoint, similar too, to the philosophy behind Martin Margiela’s ’10’ line, where the belgian fashion house merely aim to create a wardrobe over time for a certain man. Kimmel creates a wardrobe for artists, the collection strays away from any sort of modern invention or clean aesthetic and steps purely into the realm of wearable uniform.

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