Vancouver-based label Arc’teryx may be known best for its hardcore functionality, but the Veilance line has been an exercise in the balancing of both form and utility since its inception four years ago. For Spring/Summer 2013, the label continues to strive for the “perfect synergy of design, materials and construction” with its new seasonal collection of progressive garments. Created for inhospitable urban environments rather than unforgiving rural landscapes, the new offerings boast lightweight, structured textiles for warmth, durability and elemental protection, while an adherence to sleek, yet classic forms result in garments ideal for navigating the “complexities of contemporary living.” Standouts include tailored outerwear in sartorial shades of burgundy, black and grey, along with hooded activewear in color-blocked makeups and equally minimal silhouettes. Look for Arc’teryx Veilance’s 2013 spring/summer collection to release in the coming months at the label’s worldwide stockists.

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