Without a doubt, Tokyo/Madrid based brand SHOOP (@shoopclothing) always leaves us in awe with each new collection it presents and this season was no exception, as designers Miriam Sanz and Yohei Oki presented for their Fall-Winter 2022/23 collection a series of pieces that show a more upscale version of one of the current trends in the talk: Y2K.
For this season designers Miriam Sanz and Yohei Oki were inspired by loneliness and mystery with a mix of the 2000s and a touch of romanticism. The result is a collection that explores the functionality of clothing, composed of reversible and transformable garments with an emphasis on details and reuse of materials, appreciated through patchwork, multicolored striped prints, and layering of classic garments in relaxed, oversized silhouettes.
For this season SHOOP collaborated with Spanish shoe brand New Rock by reinterpreting some of its classic models from previous decades such as the M-Impact, M-Wall, and M-Met.
The FW22 collection follows its capsule collection with Japanese photographer Kishin Shinoyama. You can read our recent interview with the designers about the capsule collection here.