After we introduced you to Objects without Meaning (OM), I had the chance to check out their new denim for spring and summer 2014, at a press preview here in NYC. I have noted that the brand believes in “unadulterated” denim, meaning, pure denim without any stretch at all. I am very happy about this. Their new styles are simple, and clean cut, slouchy ankle jeans with zippers and boy-fit jeans, offered in a couple of different washes. Their washes are based on more vintage-like blues, rather than too distressed and destructed.
Here is what they tell us about their Holiday 2014 collection.
“Objects Without Meaning, with the introduction of the RESORT-XV collection, confidently adapts a fresh and exhilarating point-of-view though bold graphic print work. Very loosely appropriating elements from luxurious nautical and resort-life themes, we see these suggestions abstracted and layered into visceral Orchids, textural delicate Terrazzos, strong graphic and twisting Tethers, and painterly rendered, almost psychedelic adaptations of an animal print.
“The personality of the range has undoubtedly expanded through confident color stories, added volume by contrasting fabrications, and welcomed a full plunge into femininity to counter the expected unisex silhouette. The tactile nature of Objects Without Meaning defines feel as important as form — a burgeoning statement that has come to define the brand. Prominent silhouettes skillfully balance between beautifully tiered silk dresses, sleek blazers, pleated bottoms and of course our coveted jumpsuits. Layering exists through lightweight sweaters in both an abstracted intarsia and shimmering finishes, in addition to luxurious Italian wool trench coats. Always at our core is denim, and RESORT-XV holds a concise assortment including the return of our celebrated Boy Zip Jean.”
You can buy the OM collection from their website.