After years of high-profile collaborations — including last month’s link up with ASICS — Slam Jam has revealed its first ever solo product project. Titled (Un)corporate Uniforms, the new project is examination of the concept of uniform, with a selection of pieces designed to be worn by link-minded people across the world.
The collection itself is a concise uniform prototype, with three items featured in the collection’s core colors of black and khaki. Arguably the stand-out items are the collection’s Diagonal Yuma Anorak and the oversized Joilet Overshirt, which features a velcro chest patch and rubber stopper label. Rounding out the (Un)corporate Uniforms collection is the Diagonal Attica Pant, with a straight leg fit and a velcro closure.
Throughout the collection, pieces are adorned with the new line’s logo, depicting an upside-down A inside a dotted line. The logo is a combination of the mathematical symbol “for all” — the reversed A — and an ever changing perimeter that “constantly evolves thanks to influences and energies coming from the outside, maintaining a rebel and selective attitude.”
Take a look at the lookbook for the first (Un)corporate Uniforms collection in the gallery above. The items will release via the Slam Jam web store on December 22, with more capsules to follow from the nascent line in the near future.
In other fashion news, NOAH has revealed a new capsule inspired by Peter Tosh.