Belgian collective Mosaert – founded by Coralie BarbierLuc Junior Tam and Paul Van Haver (aka Stromae) – launched Capsule No.6, drawing inspiration from the new logo design as the central element, this latest capsule is composed of around fifteen unisex pieces, produced entirely in Europe, with 100% recycled and/or 100% organic materials. Labels and hang tags have been redesigned and are now made of recycled material.

More muted overall than previous collections, the eco-conscious Capsule No.6 presents monochrome pieces for the first time, while continuing its geometric ‘paving,’ the veritable DNA of the brand, Capsule No.6 plays with different materials and textures (such as corduroy), to create additional patterns and textures. Opting for a range of three natural colors, available in various shades – blue-grey, khaki and earth – each piece resonates with a color of the cloud.

This year also marks the 10-year anniversary since the inception of Mosaert, and to commemorate this milestone, a new logo was revealed, reflecting the latest Capsule, out now.

Capsule No.6 is available worldwide now from

About Mosaert
The creative label Mosaert – an anagram of Stromae – was founded in Brussels in 2009 to mark the launch of the singer’s first album, Cheese. Since the beginning of his career, the author, composer and singer Stromae has wanted to produce his own music as a way to maintain greater artistic independence. This means that his label oversees everything, from production to artistic direction and from visuals to videos, not forgetting the staging of fashion shows and costumes. In 2014, taking inspiration from these costumes, the label decided to continue creating clothes, this time not for the stage but for the public, under the same name: Mosaert.

Choosing to ignore the schedule dictated by the fashion industry, they design only one collection a year, as a numbered «capsule». Their unisex clothes are made in Europe and have a colorful, graphic look that is revealed in exclusive prints.

Mosaert is also pursuing other projects. The collective recently signed a deal to support the official candidature of Paris for the 2024 Olympic Games, the latest video by Orelsan (La Pluie) – and the artistic direction of the video of Billie Eilish’s Hostage.