Adrian Schachter Has Unveiled His New SS19 Collection

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Adrian Schachter, artist and fashion designer, as seen in Vogue, has just released the Spring/Summer collection for 2019. Now available on

Adrian SS19 Beige Jacket & Trousers

Artist and up-and-coming New York-based fashion designer, Adrian Schachter, has just released his latest Spring/Summer collection for 2019.
Now available to purchase on, the new line showcases a distinct sports luxe style, accompanied by striking colour blocking and simple, minimalist detail.

Adrian was previously featured in Vogue and Paper Magazine for his contribution to the world of modern art, discussing his artistic influences and exhibits across London, LA and New York. He has also collaborated with Adidas NYC, painting on the iconic Adidas Superstar shoe in celebration of Design Week in New York. Now, Adrian is utilizing his inherent creative flair to experiment with design, setting out to make a name for himself in the fashion industry with his own label ‘Adrian’.

With the rise of genderless fashion comes the desire for more versatile sizes and styles, and this is exactly the target market Adrian’s label hits. Adrian’s SS19 collection offers a selection of contemporary streetwear styles in a fashion-forward unisex fit. Lightweight co-ords include colour block zip polo shirts alongside matching shorts and trousers, all pieces featuring minimalist loop detail in place of zip pullers. The bottoms are elasticated with a drawstring waist, ensuring maximum comfort and adapting to fit all shapes and sizes.

The label also sees zip front bombers and matching trousers take on the same, notable minimalist details with loop shape pullers and contrast coloured zips. In neutral hues of beige, light and dark khaki, alongside pale pink paired with grey and navy paired with black, the collection comprises of a soft and flattering colour palette, with a little something for everyone.

The full collection can be found available to purchase here:

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