Studio Seidensticker - An urban look aimed at a globally networked community, combining zeitgeist with the know-how of a traditional brand. The focus on style and identity leaves rigid rules, dress codes and gender classifications behind. In addition to aesthetic codes, it is also about clear positions on social change, tolerance, diversity and a respectful use of resources.
The color spectrum plays with rich colorways and contrasting harmonies. White, beige and dark navy define the basic spectrum. This is contrasted by a striking range of saturated red, rosewood, botanical green and luminous aqua.
Long- and short-sleeved shirts with strikingly positioned pockets and new resort shirts show themselves relaxed, overcut or in boxy silhouettes. Compact cottons, tonal jacquards, fine poplins and light washed denim contrast with flowing qualities. In addition to plains, graphic stripes and new geometrics meet organic-looking designs and abstracted orientals. The colorfulness is defined by rich colors and striking combinations.
Kaftans & Tunics
Kaftan and tunic styles play through new lengths and combine oriental inspirations with urban attributes. The caftan shirt looks emphatically genderfluid with its extra-long silhouette. The styles are characterized by the use of cottons, satins and striking block stripes and are complemented by wide pants or shorts.
Jackets, Overshirts & Pants
A boxy oversized jacket in wool mix complements the overlapped anorak in technical quality.
Relaxed overshirts in compact twills or two-tone double-face cottons. Traditional shirt elements stand next to outerwear typical attributes.
Pants are covered by cropped chinos with a narrow or wide leg, casual shorts and a wide, flowing shape. In the material spectrum, nylon, compact cotton, techno/wool and light washed denim are juxtaposed.
Knits & Jerseys
T-shirts are boxy to overlapped, monochrome or pick up the graphic print language of the collection. A short jogg pant complements the oversized sweatshirt and hoodie.
The knitted oversized sweatshirts with long or short sleeves represent a broad spectrum of colors and are implemented on technical yarns. Crispy cottons provide the basis for a boxy crew neck sweater and an oversized knit top with short sleeves.