Trailing behind its “LET US CREATE” capsule for the warmer seasons, Filling Pieces returns with an all-new collection for 2017 fall/winter dubbed “Move Without Barriers.” Set against the world-renowned Galerie Perrotin in Paris, the footwear exhibition pays homage to the Tsaatan tribe — a resolute group of reindeer herders that live in northern Khövsgöl Aimag of Mongolia. More specifically, the Amsterdam-based label was especially inspired by the tribe’s “ingenuity and resourcefulness, in living off the fat of the land.” Having added that those attributes are embedded in the company’s latest set of sneakers that employ “innovative fabrics and novel materials.”
As a whole, the extensive range tackles a total of 350 iterations with color schemes heavily influenced by the striking textiles and patterns utilized by the Tsaatan people. Alongside the new collection, FP is presenting new categories to help organize the substantial series of wares: Basic, Youth, Luxury, Contemporary, Minimal and Women’s.
Take a look at “Move Without Barriers” exhibition/lookbook above and head over to Filling Pieces’s official website to learn more.
- Asia Typek / Highsnobiety