GEORGIE’S REVIEW: ADER ERROR PRE-SS21
Sun 12 Jul 08:30 am
AderError has rocketed in popularity of late. Their blue logo and typography are now widely recognised, their Seoul-based store is delicious Instagram fodder. What interests most about the brand is their ability to add little quips in their work, moments that make you double take. Seemingly simple garments might have a hidden quality or trick, or clever presentation.
For S/S 21, AderError delved into sporty casuals, interesting elements coming through not just in shape but with texture and fabrication too. Jeans, crafted from Japanese cotton, appeared inside out with wide pockets extending from the leg and the illusion of a reversed zipper. This continued with contrast seam on t-shirts and layered pastel tones on chopped t-shirt dress. Tailored suits and an expanded line of shorts are another indicator of this sports casual feel that AderError is embodying this season. Almost 80s, sometimes 90s in its aesthetic and silhouette, the collection has a nostalgia to it, a welcome feeling when creating garments that come with an interesting twist. With a new AderError concept store on its way, one expects that their blue logo will be unmistakable to many more soon enough.