Filling Pieces continues to expand from its footwear roots with the release of its latest ready-to-wear Fall/Winter 2018 range. The sophomore clothing collection, titled “Off the Grid,” offers versatile unisex silhouettes made from innovative manufacturing techniques and technical fabrics.

Sportswear staples are given a luxury reinterpretation, such as jogger pants made from a durable parachute fabric, track pieces made from crinkly nylon sourced from Europe’s finest Italian Limonta group, and essential tees and sweaters made with heavyweight cotton. Elsewhere, a vintage varsity jacket is fixed with wide-wale corduroy and a motorcycle jacket is treated with resin-coated poly for a faux leather look. The clothing is accompanied by the new Low Curve Iceman Trimix White sneaker — Filling Pieces’ take on the modern trekking model.

The Filling Pieces ready-to-wear FW18 collection is available to purchase now at Filling Pieces’ web store and select retailers. Also make sure to watch our interview with Filling Piece founder Guillaume Philibert on the inspiration behind the collection.

For more collections, check out former Y-3 and visvim pattern maker’s unisex clothing brand ANEI SS19 range.

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