Following up The North Face’s Urban Exploration “Sashiko” Black Series capsule from earlier this month, TNF introduces a vibrant new collection known as the “Khumbu” pack.
Taking their inspirational cues from Nepal’s stunning Khumbu valley, The North Face’s designers have cooked up a line that fashionably honors the prayer flags of the Himalayas. Notably, the “Khumbu” pack stands as testament to TNF’s goal of creating clothes that are “inspired by the mountains” and crafted for the city. To connect the “Khumbu” pack’s actual clothing with the themes that motivated their creation, The North Face has unveiled a lookbook that was shot on the streets of Kathmandu. Standout items include the Base Camp Duffel, 1990 Mountain Q Jacket and Raglan Red Box hoodie — each style is available in colorways that take their designs from the aforementioned white, blue, red, green and yellow prayer flags.
You can take an in-depth look at The North Face’s “Khumbu” pack above.
Back in April, The North Face and atmos teamed up to create some new camouflage slides for summer.