Heliot Emil comes out with their newest release for SS19 with a tech driven collection called "Referential Transparency". The collection is now available on their website, this was released on the 17th of April 2019, it is also available on HBX in the next upcoming weeks.
With an range of baggy, plastic bag-esque tops and trousers, hoodies, jackets and accessories such as bags and bandanas. The collection is very tomboyish and unisex, which shows that anyone can wear the garments. With a retrofuturistic theme it furthers the brands further look into the future with an asymmetrical design this shows what fashion should be like. With a selection of dark colours such as black, shades of grey and white this could relate to technology and shows how tech driven we all are. Patterns & shapes form on the garments to add definition. With materials such as mesh, heat sensitive and semi-transparent clothing this makes the garments pop and looks comfortable, easy to wear and figure-hugging for their audience. Japan, Portugal, Italy, France, you name it Heliot Emil has used fabrics from all across the world to star in their newest collection. Some of their key pieces are cropped jackets sported with a matching pouch bag and a black semi-transparent top with a zip at the top that was styled with high waisted baggy trousers. Their menswear plain tops are paired with a detailed pocket to catch your eye. Utility clothing is more popular on the market, so Emil is going to do very well.