Brazilian fashion magazine FFW recently linked up with São Paulo-based label Cotton Project to produce a capsule collection for the upcoming season. Titled “C1.16,” in reference to the first range and year, the duo decided to tap three of the world’s emerging photographers for some highly captivating imagery. The ensemble features works from Eudes de Santana, Marcelo Gomes who recently did a Stüssy women’s campaign, and Brazil’s own Hick Duarte. The ensemble is made up of jackets, tees, and totes printed with a series of abstract designs and photographs from the talented image makers. There’s some references to Brazil and the world of art and fashion in general, with striking hues that make the designs come alive.
You can purchase the pieces now at Cotton Project.