OAMC

OAMC

OAMC is dedicated to the continuous development of ideas and products. Self-expression and the appreciation of high quality are the fundamental reasons why OAMC was created. Each season, concepts and ideas, as well as new materials and shapes, are developed into collections that reflect our time and spirit. The pieces are authentic and of uncompromising quality that are built to last. It is important that OAMC embraces the innovative techniques and the hand craft that bring Creative Director Luke Meier’s vision to life. The ideas presented are always modern and celebrate a strong, rebellious point of view. OAMC takes inspiration from music, art, film, and photography in equal measure to traditional sartorial methods, advanced natural and synthetic materials, and hand work. OAMC is designed and developed in Italy and offers total look including ready to wear, knitwear and jersey, leather, shoes, accessories, and small leather goods.

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  1. OAMC
    Frances Tee - White
    Frances Tee - White
    Frances Tee - White
    ₫4,700,000
    $202 (est. USD incl. tax)
  2. OAMC
    SE Tee - White
    SE Tee - White
    SE Tee - White
    ₫3,570,000 ₫5,100,000
    $154 (est. USD incl. tax)
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    Numeral Tee - White
    Numeral Tee - White
    Numeral Tee - White
    ₫2,380,000 ₫3,400,000
    $102 (est. USD incl. tax)
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    Watercolor Hoodie - White / Blue
    Watercolor Hoodie - White / Blue
    Watercolor Hoodie - White / Blue
    ₫10,640,000 ₫15,200,000
    $458 (est. USD incl. tax)
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    Kunsthalle Sweatshirt - White
    Kunsthalle Sweatshirt - White
    Kunsthalle Sweatshirt - White
    ₫3,330,000 ₫11,100,000
    $143 (est. USD incl. tax)
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OAMC is a contemporary menswear label, founded by Arnaud Faeh and creative director Luke Meier. OAMC is a 4-letter vehicle which stands for different concepts (ex. Over All Master Cloth, Olympic Alpine Mountain Club). OAMC has grown to be known for its tough high fashion, and its ability to blend elements of technical sportswear with streetwear staples and refined tailoring. This has made the label’s approach to design more akin to high-end fashion houses, than traditional heritage brands.