All At Sea’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection is inspired by the clash between traditional Japanese culture and the garish colours of modern Japan. An eclectic mix of love hotels and pachinko halls that Creative Director Benjamin Monrad experienced in his former neighbourhood Jūsō - the red light district in Osaka.
Traditional Japanese patterns, expressive Noh theatre masks and cranes in old woodcuts meet vibrant hues of blue, gold and bright red.
The collection features All At Sea hero pieces such as loose kimonos, daytime pyjamas and silk shorts. This season the brand is introducing a range of new categories including caps, printed sleeping masks, big scarves and a hooded tracksuit. As always each piece is made of pure high quality silk.
“With the Spring/Summer collection we are exploring new techniques and silhouettes. We still work exclusively with silk, but we aim to present a bigger variety of casual wear such as Cuban shirts, bomber jackets, caps and track suits. We have more to show than pyjamas and dressing gowns, and I think this collection is an excellent point of departure.” – Benjamin Monrad, Creative Director
With a collection of opposites All At Sea takes a step in an even more bold and artistic direction. It celebrates the vibrant energy of Japan and elevates the brand’s signature mix of print and colour.