T3CM
Streetwear
Russia, 2015

Dmitri Kluchevski’s T3CM returns with a fresh array of graphical goods for Fall/Winter 2018. His latest collection is inspired by Slovenian avant-garde art collective NSK, reimagining uniforms meant for a “totalitarian utopia.”

Relaxed trousers, bold imagery and hits of red appear throughout, with an assortment of Cyrillic text, including translated T3CM branding. Wide trousers, palm tree-bearing puffers and down mufflers are only some of the more outré items from the range, which also includes militaristic staples like trench coats and bomber jackets. Still, the range maintains contemporary styling with key items like tearaway pants and boxy, loose-cut T-shirts printed with T3CM’s distorted face logo. 3M accents and dip-dyed detailing blend contrasting inspirations of athleticwear and organic elements, with the stark text adding further sporty touches.

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Mark