Known for its edgy and functional garments, Boris Bidjan Saberi recent line, 11, unveils inspired silhouettes disclosing street influences and military references.
In keeping with its practical approach, the Spring Summer 2014 collection develops a range of long lasting basics yet stamped by a very own and subtle signature.
The urban wardrobe features strong and wearable silhouettes tailored in highest end material, displaying this season, military canvas shirts, mesh tank tops, light jersey tees, removable hooded sweaters and other durable denims.
Breaking with the classical street legacy, the garments reveal
under inspection, a smart play of twisted seams, lowered crutches and curved lines. The innovative focus on details is all four with a singular printing design variation.
Coming in different colour versions, the Spring Summer collection em- braces the shades of the typical desert battle dress uniform (DBDU) camouflage and digs the graphical potential of this military wardrobe essential. Scale experimentations and tone on tone embroideries give to the well-known camo a visionary aesthetical approach.
Breathable, practical and durable, the collection, conceived for day-to-day uses and actual needs, is further underlined by a range of graphical summery accessories.
Ortlieb collaboration comes this season in a black and white version, giving a contrasted aspect to the line of cutting-edge outer products.
11’s second season offers a strong utilitarian collection resulting of a contemporary vision of street wear heritage.