With bold lines, brilliant color schemes, and exciting new fabrics, Come  On’s latest collection pays homage to the early modernist masters of the  early modern art movements of 20th century Europe, emphasizing  spontaneity, negation and absurdity. The 27 SKUs in the collection  include glamorous sheer minidresses and structural harnesses, as well  as polo shirts and vests that offer a playful take on American traditional  apparel. All are designed to mix and match with the unique and colorful  suits of existing collections, in keeping with the brand’s continued application of traditional tailoring methods. 

Come On has long taken inspiration from the inventive modern art of the  early 20th century, especially surrealism. For FRATERNITÉ, they reach  back further to two incredibly important groups, both of which recently  celebrated their centenary: the provocative, proto-surrealist Dada  movement and the short-lived, yet deeply influential Bauhaus design  school. The DNA of Dada artists such as Marcel Duchamp and Man Ray  is stitched in the new collection’s provocative garments, while the  straight lines and minimal designs attest to the German art academy’s  lasting legacy. Following in the footsteps of Bauhaus master Walter  Gropius, Come On is determined to make great design an essential part  of everyday life. 

As with every collection, Come On is committed to working towards  sustainability in its process, crafting garments that last beyond  ephemeral trend cycles and creating responsible products for  responsible consumers. The brand utilizes vintage fabrics and scrap  material from previous collections to create new designs, emphasizing  durability, versatility and longevity. A Come On garment is meant to be  timeless and trend-resistant, interchangeable from season to season  and collection to collection.