As the cold weather approaches, luxury Italian outerwear brand Parajumpers returns for the fall season with its latest lookbook set at an old airfield outside of London. The newest collection of designer Massimo Rossetti’s outerwear label fuses Rossetti’s expertise in activewear with Italian design sensibilities — touching on the heritage of the brand which is inspired by the 210th Rescue Squadron of the Alaska Air National Guard, and pushing forward with technical, military-inspired styling.
Throughout the shoot, which highlights its “Fire” bomber jacket, its signature “Masterpiece” Gobi, as well as a special-edition N3-B coat, the classic details that Parajumpers is known for are on display. All of the monochromatic outerwear pieces were conceived in the brand’s Veneto-based atelier using careful craftsmanship and details like water resistant shells and partially taped seams to keep you dry, as well as fur-trimmed hoods for warmth. Attention to functionality is also in full effect as the pieces are equipped with an abundance of both internal and external pockets to keep all of your belongings tucked away from the weather.
After you’ve checked out the complete lookbook above, see the Parajumpers fall/winter collection in its entirety here and gear up to keep yourself protected from the elements this winter.