MATH is a menswear brand created in 2014 with an elegant, minimalist cut and monochrome colour scheme that fully reflects the brand’s concept.
The brand’s DNA is based on a classic basic wardrobe with avant-garde elements, which gives the modern man an opportunity to experiment with his style. The main motto that runs through the entire history of the brand and collection is “No face, no name”. We are not attached to people and their gender; we value personality in all its manifestations. In the history of the brand, there is the experience of participating in fashion weeks, both in Russia and outside the country.
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The new collection of the MATH men’s brand is a direct continuation of the “no face, no name” story. Anyone can be behind a hidden mask, be it a girl or a boy. The team gives you the opportunity to abstract from the floor and allow yourself to plunge into the MATH world full of puzzles and solutions. The new collection fully implements the principle of freedom in clothing. The MATH team tried to fully understand their concept of the vision of Double Dress and present a collection of truly universal things.
Together with the ARNY PRAHT brand, the new collection will include transformer bags that allow you to modify one basic thing and get new variations.
The new collection of OneDayArt x MATH jewellery combines masculine and feminine into one whole, and now not only a shirt, but also accessories will become the subject of a joint wardrobe.
Collection_XI maintains an elegant minimalism combined with a monochrome color scheme that fully reflects the essence of the brand.
The MATH philosophy remains unchanged from season to season – tailored, uncompromising and laconic clothing. High-quality fabrics, impeccable cut, combined with avant-garde design solutions – this is what the brand’s fans appreciate so much.
Witchy, dark and gothic, the new collection by Bakshiev was presented as a black and white film, showing off oversize jumpsuits in grey and black, capes of fine monochrome silk and an overall esoteric and hand-crafted feel. The post-punk elements of the collection – long shapeless sleeves on the robes, a genderless overall theme and a love to the tailoring so beloved by Rick Owens – made this collection a must for any avant-garde fashion aficionado.