Trench class: outerwear gets deconstructed for spring

Trench class: outerwear gets deconstructed for spring

The trench coat is getting spliced and diced into a powerful new piece, by brands including Rokh, Moncler and Ports 1961

The trenchcoat has long been a wardrobe classic, but for spring, brands bought a deconstructed drama to the eternal outerwear essential, turning the trenchcoat into a jigsaw puzzle, splicing and dicing it into a powerful new piece. A host of labels have all upped their construction game, with Rokh’s signature hybrid silhouettes including a trench with leather inserts; Karl Templer’s debut collection for Ports 1961 featuring a style with a splice of bold picnic blanket check; and Moncler’s take an assemblage of glossy fabrics and Jenga-like prints. Entrench yourself now.

As originally featured in the May 2020 issue of Wallpaper* (W*254), available to download free here

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