A selection of iconic North American military garments are hand-picked and edited: from the M65 Vietnam cargo pants and jackets, the 1958 aircrew members N-3B ‘snorkel parka’, to the overalls used by mechanics and armour crews. The USNA and ARMY forces’ sweatshirts and T-shirts, as well as wool cover blankets used to sleep in the fields and coffee stained camouflage jackets and pants.
This wide range of garments are deconstructed, reversed, and reassembled, with the addition of applying individual techniques such as treatments, degrade spray and overdye e ects, new graphics, updated trims and of course relevant functional details such as extra pockets. As a result, no garment is identical, each is individual. The goal is to realize highly creative, contemporary pieces by transforming and elevating already existing styles.
Looking at the past, MYAR de nes a new present, to build a better future.
- US MYAR