There is something effortlessly cool about eclectic abstract prints, which are the essence of the streetwear label, Panic Room.
Launched earlier this year, the New York City based brand is the brainchild of partners Ishan Kotak and Andrew Fermano. Coming from two very different worlds, the duo created the label as a healthy median of both their ideas and aesthetics.
The founders may call their designs a compromise of ideas, but they sure are something special. Dark and edgy abstract prints with deeps hues, strike up a quirky contrast with the soft pastel colored tees. They would make a cool addition to any wardrobe.
A very young design house, Panic Room only has a few collections under its belt, but the label has definitely locked down its aesthetic, wearable with a tinge of weird and eclectic.
Most of their designs run from S to an XL, the usual size range that most brands stock. It would be interesting to see if Panic Room starts thinking about creating a more size inclusive line any time soon.
Their last drop was back in June, and some sample sizes are still available on their site, check them out with the link down below. If you are just as interested to see what’s next with the budding fashion brand, head on over to their social media channels.