Guy Berryman, widely known as the bassist of Coldplay and Apparatjik, shared a post on his official Instagram page promoting and announcing the first reveal of his brand new clothing line, ‘Applied Art Forms.’

Before announcing it comprehensively, Guy Berryman has been posting sneak peeks of his new clothing line, Applied Art Forms, for quite some time. He also never shared an explanation about his new brand and left his fans with curiosity.

Until, As you may remember, a week ago Guy Berryman announced a new menswear line titled ‘Applied Art Forms,’ via a post on his official Instagram page, and the themes are mainly focused on workwear and military garments. Berryman also stressed that he has been working on the project for such a long time.

Recently, Guy Berryman shared another post on his official Instagram page about his brand, this time he revealed the first garment from ‘Applied Art Forms.’ Berryman also stated that his new Parka has a detachable hood, collars, and two liners, that make the Parka adjustable for temperature and season.

Here is what he said:

“Very excited to make the first reveal of Applied Art Forms‘ most extreme garment – the AM2-1 Modular Parka. This is a full system that can be configured in many different ways depending on the time of year, temperature, etc. The full system comes with a detachable Sherpa lined hood, several collars, and two liners.

The length is also adjustable. The jacket is made from Ventile – a fabric created for the RAF in the 1940s and is a densely woven cotton fabric that is water repellant. This is an incredibly complicated garment and took a lot of prototyping and engineering skills! Incredibly proud of this piece and should look better with age and wear. For more info follow the link in bio.”

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Very excited to make the first reveal of @appliedartforms most extreme garment – the AM2-1 Modular Parka. This is a full system which can be configured in many different ways depending on the time of year, temperature etc. The full system comes with detachable Sherpa lined hood, several collars and two liners. The length is also adjustable. The jacket is made from Ventile – a fabric created for the RAF in the 1940’s and is a densely woven cotton fabric which is water repellant. This is an incredibly complicated garment and took a lot of prototyping and engineering skill! Incredibly proud of this piece and should look better with age and wear. For more info follow link in bio. #menswear

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