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Random Identities: “Tailoring”

Creative Director Stefano Pilati unveils their new collection for Berlin menswear label Random Identities via an Editorial drawing on the designers tailoring heritage.

“Random Identities’ third release focuses on tailoring, a category intrinsic to the brand due to my experience and my own foundations,” Stefano explains in a statement accompanying the new collection. “I did the collection in black: essential, effective and as the last conservative way to not compromise the rigorous formality of wearing ‘no-colour’ during the wintertime.” Oversized coats, high waistlines, wide-legs, double-pleated front pants, accessorised with mesh masks, chains and thick high-heeled boots — this is formalwear that could withstand 12-hours in a Berlin club. “The blazer proposed in its 80s volume is a ‘tribute’ to Rei Kawakubo, it has never been so perfect. Part of my wardrobe, and being one of my favourite items, I could not resist to share its relevance.”


Photography Jakob Landvik
Stylist Marquet K Lee
Hair and make-up Kenny Campbell
Lighting assistant Jean-Paul Pastor Guzman
Models MJ Harper and David Jainz and Iconic.
Casting and production RIstudioberlin.



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