Paris Fashion Week 2018 - CLOT displays their latest collection in a classic “Market Streets” theme at Carpenters Galerie. This concept portrays the brand’s origins of old school Hong Kong, accompanied by street styled wet market refreshment stalls. This season, CLOT presents Spring Summer 2019 “Untitled” collection. It has drawn inspiration from all over the world, colliding different elements with classic designs into an adaptive and versatile collection.
For the warmer change of season in 2019, we did not limit ourselves to a single design theme. The design team learned and observed from cultures all over the world, finding inspiration in different individuals, music, art and styles while also drawing from the different trends in street culture today.
“Untitled” is really a manifestation of all things that have been inspiring to the brand, while customers are able to take their own meaning from the collection themselves. The “Untitled” collection uses a variety of new design styles, details and different types of prints. The renowned CLOT Royale Silk pattern will be used to create a hooded sweater, short sleeve shirts, T-Shirts, sports suits and other single items.
The presentation date for SS19 “Untitled” Collection and CLOT “Street Couture” took place today, June 22 at Carpenters Galerie, 54 Rue De La Verrerie, Paris. Special guests including Chitose Abe of Sacai, Jerry Lorenzo from Fear of God, Cali DeWitt, Michael Dupouy, Anwar Carrots, Marc Fraser, Kevin Ma of Hypebeast, Ryo Ishikawa from Vanquish, KB Lee, Paul Mittleman creative director of Converse, Phil Oh, Brian Donnelly aka KAWS and Sarah Andelman of Colette came through to the presentation. Here's what went down.