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ADER error Autumn/Winter 2015 lookbook

ADER error is the name behind the rising and colorful Korean brand composed of several designers. Introducing a young and dynamic kind of fashion, the label breaks the country’s codes and offers androgynous pieces where genders blend.
For their Autumn/Winter 2015 collection, they progressively revealed throughout the season a collection divided in three chapters directly linked between one another.

The first chapter is a tribute to the sporty nineties. The first feeling that comes out is the old school vibe present in the looks, bringing us back to puberty or even to childhood, with this soft fleece sweater.
ADER error’s designers managed to turn the nineties emblems into pretty cool garments. The corduroy fabric is thicker and mixed with camel jackets, trousers and berets. The old-fashioned track jacket is worn with high-waisted jeans and the sports garments get bigger, with oversized shapes making them wearable every single day.
As usual, ADER error introduced a first chapter quite provoking, with slogans and symbols aiming at making the Korean youth change.

The second chapter gets deeper in the winter. As original the first one, the attention is drawn on knitwear, declined in every way possible. Firstly, it is an oversized collar and then cropped trousers and dresses appears, made of knitted fabrics.
Here, the designers created ‘iconic’ sweaters that mix at the same time the freshness of the young brand and elegancy in their shape.

Last but not least, the third chapter. Closer to the first one in terms of inspirations – the nineties -, this last story appears even more androgynous. The designers reinvented the classic baseball jacket into a longer version; focused on hoodies and oversized puffy jackets.

Besides this innovative collection, it is also important to notice the particularly mastered styling job of these lookbooks, that articulate in a creative way the different themes and inspirations of the collection, chapter by chapter .

Claire Le Boudouil

More images on ADER error’s website

 

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