Front length shoulder to hem
XS (64cm), S (65cm), M (68cm), L (70cm), XL (71cm), 2XL (73cm)
Chest width front
XS (59cm) S (61cm), M (65cm), L (67cm), XL (69cm), 2XL (71cm)
XS (62cm) S (64cm), M (66cm), L (67cm), XL (68cm), 2XL (69cm)
Male model is 183cm and wearing a size L
Female model is 177cm and wearing a size S
Radical 1980s collective DIE TÖDLICHE DORIS made the Berlin punk scene look establishment and the avant-garde look straight-laced. Anti-institution, anti-norm, and anti-hierarchy, the West Berlin group is the provocation behind the 032c AW20/21 collection – and the 032c Workshop blueprint we never had growing up. Designed in collaboration with the group’s co-founder Wolfgang Müller, the garments feature imagery, lyrics, and leitmotifs from the Die Tödliche Doris archive, recombined and reproduced alongside new materials for a collection in the spirit of Berlin-Schöneberg, where the 032c headquarters sit just around the corner from Die Tödliche Doris Haus.
What does the humble flight jacket have to do with technological innovation? The longstanding subcultural staple was created in response to advancements in aeronautical engineering: as jets were built to go higher and faster than ever before, their pilots needed to adapt their flight wardrobes to new conditions. As technology and its by-products continuously alter our environment here on the ground – at ever greater speeds – it is nice to have a canonical piece of outerwear with some consistency. Our black leather bomber features utility pockets – classic pilot pen holder included – but unzips to reveal a slight modification: the 032c logo.