Splashes of neon and Erigo X’s distinctive silhouettes became a highlight on day two of NYFW: The Shows
Erigo was founded in 2011 by Muhammad Sadad, who grew up in Medan, Indonesia. Building on the success of this streetwear-meets-Indonesian-heritage venture, he developed Erigo X to cater to a more global audience. Fast forward to this September, and Erigo X made headlines at New York Fashion Week.
The Indonesian streetwear brand presented its Spring/Summer 2022 collection featuring distinctive construction, impeccable detailing and a lot of color—from monochromatic bucket hats to technicolored sneakers and strappy sandals. Each look carried its own concept: From wide leg track suits, embroidered and piping detailing and unique takes on drawstrings and even a sportswear-inspired suit for the semi-casual office. The brand’s attention to construction was strong for sportswear, from eccentric cutouts, jumpsuits and traditional Indonesian architectural accessories. The signature Erigo X was embroidered on dozens of pieces throughout the collection.
The theme of fashion meets function was prominent and highlighted a cool take on cargo pants with zip off details and wide leg silhouettes. The show featured over 30 models—including a few popular TikTokers and diversity displayed aiming to portray the brand’s focus for the season of “Fashion for All.”
Whether an all-black look or elements of a neon color palette such as orange tiger, lemon, teal blue, raspberry, and lime green all were made of luxe cotton and textile blends. The collection shown on Wednesday night certainly formed a definitive DNA of Erigo X on the NYFW scene.
You can watch the entire show on the brand’s IGTV page:
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