London-based label Satta has revealed its Spring/Summer 2018 collection, with a collection drawing from the brand’s roots and signature aesthetics. A key influence is founder Joe Lauder‘s past as a gardener and woodworker, which is referenced through traditional workwear silhouettes such as chore jackets and carpenter-style trousers. These workwear pieces — which make up the “Atelier” capsule — come in the muted tones of previous Satta collections.
Other pieces in this release channel the brand’s association with spirituality and links to the natural world, with graphic T-shirts and staple pieces produced from hemp. Take a look through the lookbook — shot by London duo Lola Paprocka & Pani Paul — and pick up the collection from the Satta web store and select stockists such as Goodhood.
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