Luke Meier’s OAMC has returned with a new release of the brand’s signature Peacemaker styles. Featuring a liner jacket and a shirt, the new pieces are crafted from upcycled Italian Navy and military wool blankets.
The brand has a solid history of updating its popular outerwear staples in fresh new colors and designs. For example, in December of 2021, the brand released its Cloud Peacemaker Liner crafted from surplus U.S. military M-65 jackets. Well, the new collection furthers OAMC’s military-inspired upcycling efforts.
Coming in jade and bordeaux colorways, The Combat Peacemaer Liner features a padded and quilted construction with an overdyed effect. The Arno Peacemaker Shirt features a loose-fit and comes in jade and dark mauve colorways. Additionally, both pieces include stripe detailing in complementary colors. Finishing off the styles is the OAMC logo embroidery on the front and the Peacemaker logo embroidery on the back.
Check out the gallery above for a look at the limited-edition Peacemaker styles, which will release exclusively on OAMC’s website on Thursday, January 13 at 10 a.m. CET (4 a.m. ET).
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