Parisian label N.D.G. Studio has unveiled its first collection for 2019, titled "Code de Travail," which studies the encounter of fashion and uniform. The new release is largely a retrospective on the brand's roots in the year 2014, during which workwear and utility design shaped N.D.G.'s brand aesthetic.
The over 50-piece collection features silhouettes such as Sherpa utility vests, essential hoodies, front pocket cargos, shorts and jumpsuits, as well as a 10-piece graphic vintage tee range. An earthy color palette of beige, coral, olive greens and black is amplified through a stone-washed process, while materials such as cotton and linen build on the lived-in finish. The collection is complete with a dozen of N.D.G.'s chest packs, which were first released during its Spring/Summer 2018 collection.
Check out the N.D.G. "Code de Travail" collection lookbook above and expect the pieces to release on December 7 at N.D.G.'s web store.
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