Last Saturday, Come Sesso, a collaboration between Come Tees and No Sesso finally saw its birth in an explosion of rhythm, colour and joy (also known as a runway show). Sponsored by Nike and WeTransfer, the event took place at a warehouse near the banks of the Los Angeles River and featured live music from Venus X and ASMARA to showcase the brands’ fluid take on haute athleisure.
Exemplifying L.A’s growing potential, the joining of these two forces represented a fashion revolution of wearable clothes and creative visions. Already boasting collaborations for the likes of Comme des Garçons and Eckhaus Latta, it’s only natural for Come Tees, Sonya Sombreuil’s streetwear line, and No Sesso, Pierre Davis’s gender-neutral brand, to team up.
Dresses, shorts, trousers, jackets and, of course, t-shirts with mixing patterns and textures exuded intricate asymmetry and boasted loud graphic prints — making up a boldly brilliant and timelessly bright collection. Having already collectively attracted the attention of artists like Anderson .Paak, Mette Towley and SZA, Come Sesso challenges norms — in gender, fashion and culture — with its unisex approach, non-conforming attitude and careful craftsmanship. See it for yourself and get a feel of what went down on the runway and backstage last Saturday in front of the loudly cheerful L.A. crowd in the video above.