It’s been the best part of a year since British label Cottweiler unveiled its first collaboration with Reebok at January’s Pitti Uomo, and now the two brands have dropped a lookbook showcasing the full collection. With art direction from Cottweiler founders Matthew Dainty and Ben Cottrell, the fall/winter 2017 lookbook showcases the high-end sportswear against a desert backdrop.
The fall/winter 2017 collection itself is full of the type of sportswear-meets-high fashion pieces that Cottweiler has become known for, with the whole capsule inspired by a holistic approach to sport aftercare. For this, the two brands have used manufacturing techniques and technical fabrics that are intended to have a therapeutic effect on the body. The collaboration is set to continue into a second season — which made its debut at London Fashion Week: Men’s earlier this year – with the full first collection of apparel and footwear from Cottweiler and Reebok set to drop on September 15.
As well as teaming up with Reebok, Cottweiler has also recently unveiled its International Woolmark Prize collection after winning this year’s award.