When we covered the first release of the distorted premium collection from distorted people, we were taken by the label’s commitment to minimalism, clarity and timelessness. Today, as the label expands this collection, we’re again taking note of everything that makes distorted people one of the brands we’re excited to follow.
As a label, distorted people seeks to keep its ‘crew’ happy with high-end materials and cuts that fit the body perfectly. Serving as a pair to its print collections, the distorted premium collection offers people a minimalist, versatile way to experience the superior quality of the label — a way that can be combined with everything and styled endlessly.
Now, as spring transitions into summer, distorted people is expanding this line, introducing an 18-piece collection that includes everything from classic hoodies and t-shirts to elegant menswear staples, such as collared shirts and chino trousers.
The first part of the collection is the label’s streetwear items. distorted people has long held a proud influence from streetwear, and in this new series, its impact can be experienced with stripped-back ease. Selections include the aforementioned t-shirts and hoodies, which are presented alongside pieces like sweatpants and a bomber jacket — casual pieces perfect for the everyday and beyond.
Naturally, the distorted premium collection covers more than your day-to-day; for special occasions or any time that might call for more formal attire, distorted people has your back. The newly expanded DPC offers refined collared shirts and chinos, well-fit pieces specifically designed to keep you looking sharp.
photography. Philippe Arlt
creative direction. Dung Vu @ Distorted People
models. Kevin Pabel @ Kult Models, Morgan Mesple @ Scout Models + Timothy Hoferer @ Modelwerk
hair + make up. Cristoph Gambeck @ Don’t Call It a Gambeck
film. Patrick Zeitler @ Fam of Creators
bts photos + film. Linus Mürter @ Distorted People