Objects Without Meaning resides in the present with no long-winded story to tell. We propose clothing as an empty vessel, a blank slate to be filled by the many experiences and emotions of daily life, merging nonchalance with a true sense of spirit. Aspiring to one humble objective — the minimal silhouette is focused on tactility and effortless grace, leaving the air clear for individuals to express their indicative nature. Our garments speak for themselves, representing nothing more than the simplicity of their materials and form — a broad and understated palette for enlightened living.
The brand was conceived in 2011 by Australian – by way of NYC and now LA – designer Alexandra Michelle in collaboration with creative director Andrew Hogge – partnering with a tight-knit handful of artists and boutique mills. All manufacturing is done within our own Los Angeles based facility, where we are immersed in every aspect of our brand from design to production to culture.
About this collection:
“We romanticize the late 1970s in black and white, when masculine met feminine — a strong menswear influence, casual and effortless, styled for the inner city commute. Classic silhouettes are skewed in a variety of ways, whether exaggerated in length, unexpected fabrications or statement prints. Loosely draped shapes and layers emphasize volume while lightweight and silken fabrics allow fluidity. Chunky-knit sweaters and buttery leathers are balanced by rich and brushed textured fabrications, one of the burgeoning statements of the brand. Carrying on from Spring/Summer, jumpsuit styles are updated in textures and prints, and as always we pride ourselves on our minimalistic denim assortment.”
You can find the Objects without Meaning (OM) collection here.