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The LN-CC world is expanding with newness. For FW21, a mixture of emerging talent, collaborative projects and industry leading brands are joining our curated brands edit. As ever, LN-CC is amplifying the freshest voices that are responding to the challenges of the climate crisis and global pandemic by pushing possibilities with sustainability, new technologies, craft, community and much more. Whether you’re exploring trails in gorpcore or levelling up for the new normal in modern luxury, your post-lockdown wardrobe is here.
Over the course of the last decade, husband-and-wife duo Nicolaj and Ditte Reffstrup have built Ganni from a small Danish cashmere label into a cult favourite with a knack for churning out viral designs, while reimagining Scandi-style for today; playful, experimental, and conscious. For its optimistic and energetic FW21 collection, Ganni-isms like lean dresses, boxy suits, and statement collars were tweaked with new, voluminous proportions and unexpected textures.
The New York-based label was collectively established in 2018 by a group of long-time friends. As each founder brings their distinct skills and voices to the label, PETER DO articulates a youthful approach to design that is founded on razor sharp tailoring, architectural construction and honest textiles. Through a process of reduction, every detail is tested and refined to adapt to the complexities of women’s lives today. Having built up its daywear vocabulary over the last couple of years, PETER DO turned its attention to clothes for after dark. Meet you on the dancefloor.
Just six months after their acclaimed CSM MA collection, Laura and Deanna Fanning made their London Fashion Week debut and marked an exciting new chapter in the Kiko Kostadinov label, the launch of womenswear for SS19. Since their acclaimed debut, the Fanning sisters have performed sartorial alchemy to create a synergistic counterpart to the menswear line, which was launched by its eponymous designer back in 2016.
Following placements at Alessandro Michele’s Gucci at John Galliano’s Maison Margiela, CSM MA graduate Paula Canovas del Vas wanted to create a platform to cultivate her ideas and launched her eponymous line in 2018. Inspired by Spain, fine art, nature, and gastronomy the Del Vas universe is a vast selection of items that can be cross styled with weight on accessories and the signature Diablo shoe which evolves season to season.
From the moment Wynn Hamlyn launched his eponymous label in 2014 with a knitwear capsule, the Auckland designer has become synonymous with artisan-inspired craft. Beginning with the intimacy of locally sourced merino knitwear, his collections combine classical tailoring with an expressive technical approach driven by his playful approach to textiles and restrained definition of elegance.
Helmed by Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran, the Paris-based house unites their shared belief in a considered wardrobe approach focused on versatile pieces designed for everyday life. Subtle, understated cuts and superior materials place these pieces squarely within a tradition of a cosmopolitan and sophisticated Parisian style. For FW21, Lemaire invites you to embrace your inner flâneur and take a stroll with them.
Founded in 2011 by Issey Miyake alumni Keita Ikeuchi and Mihoko Mori, and Wander sets out to create outdoors wear that protects and performs in any environment. Forever charmed by nature and enjoying the thrill of the mountains, the design duo’s next generation, tech-infused adventure garments continually combine performance innovations with a streetwear flair and mastery of colour.
From the moment co-founders Dongjoon Lim and Sookyo Jeong launched Post Archive Faction in 2018, the South Korean label has become synonymous with the art of deconstruction, while combining avant-garde sportswear with futuristic outerwear. Cut, pasting and manipulating garments in order to make the familiar otherworldly, signatures include asymmetric constructions, crinkling techniques, and heavy paneling.
From the moment Italian designer Anna Grassi launched GR10K in fall 2019 as an offshoot of Grassi Alfredo SPA – a factory that has specialized in the in technical clothing for the professional military sectors since 1925 – the Milan-based brand has fused utilitarian function with Italian craftsmanship and elevated technical wear to luxury status. GR10K’s collections continually reappropriate the factory's archives, reworking and reimagining resilient and repurposed fabrics, while crafting raw, utilitarian modernity.
Here, pioneers of the Reverse Weave and home of the hoodie Champion is reimagined through the eyes of Tremaine Emory’s Denim Tears. The collection sees the all American brand’s Reverse Weave fabrics and its historic archive, with Emory also taking influence from the influential Alvin Ailey Dance Theater.
Jun Takahashi has never played by the rules and, consequently, is one the world's most preeminent Japanese designers. Since he launched UNDERCOVER in 1994 after graduating from Tokyo's Bunka College, the Tokyo-based iconoclast has remained beloved by streetwear's inner sanctum, while becoming an avant-garde runway fixture in Paris with shows that often echo his punk roots. As part of his expansive and deeply personal FW21 collection, entitled “Creep Very”, Takahashi collaborated with Swedish painter Markus Åkesson and continued his mining of pop culture franchises in the 90s postapocalyptic anime Neon Genesis Evangelion.
After joining forces after graduating from the Royal College of Art, Icelandic-British design duo Arnar Már Jónsson and Luke Stevens believe that their work is not just about creating highly functional garments, but pushing the possibilities of what technical clothing can be in today’s world. Arnar Már Jónsson challenges the clichés associated with performance wardrobes and infuses its considered pieces with a sense of subtle fluidity and poetic sensibility.