New York's Abasi Rosborough returns another seasonal offering that blends sustainable craftsmanship with innovative design, showcased in a lookbook influenced by the nature photography of Justin Guariglia. Elevated by bold colors and patterns, refined versatile cuts, the lookbook actually tackles the threat of climate change.
According to Hypebeast, Abasi Rosborough resists the consumption and waste of the fashion industry, crafting its clothing in New York from sustainable means — 80% of the clothing is sourced from limited edition deadstock fabrics. Orange hues represent the emergency call to action to save the planet, with each piece offering the wearer some form of protection or functionality, inspired by Abdul Abasi’s eight years of military service. Along with a stunning ice print, the detailed goods are offer anatomical seams, breathable natural fabrics and bold prints, with verbiage like “HYPEROBJECT” and “NASA MISSIONS OVER GREENLAND,” the latter a reference to Guariglia’s nature photographs.
Shop the range on Abasi Rosborough’s web store.