The Autumn/Winter 2010/2011 collection, titled â€œI try to be a better human being,â€ includes, for example, womenâ€™s wrap-around tops made from striped grey cotton that can be styled to look either sexy or formal.
The Autumn/Winter 2010/2011 collection, titled “I try to be a better human being,” includes, for example, women’s wrap-around tops made from striped grey cotton that can be styled to look either sexy or formal. These go well with the high-waisted Marlene-style pants that button up the front. Grey hooded dresses made from waffle-weave cloth and featuring large pockets, hoods and a flaming red end-to- end zipper underscore the collection’s sporty and relaxed essence. Short wool plaid dresses with barely-perceptible waistlines and broad elastic bands sewn into their sleeves and hemlines make for a casual silhouette. An inconspicuous zipper running up the middle of the back, furthermore, allows for cleverly designed openings. These details are precisely what allow NO IFS to stand out.
Blousy jacket forms are a focal point for the men’s line. Here, the fresh detailing includes partial quilting in the shoulder area and red and dark blue striped cuffs. In terms of pants, the line features jeans, jogging pants and a 5-pocket model with a dropped crotch. Hoodies delight with their waffle-weaves, long and narrow cuts and their innovative use of zippers. Leather detailing lends a rough quality to part of the collection.