London-based designer Martine Rose has continued her ongoing collaboration with Napapijri for Fall/Winter 2019. The collection is heavily influenced by a DIY ethos, reflected in themes including hand-drawn stripes, a graffiti-style leopard print pattern and black-printed graphics in an all-over print.
As with previous Napa by Martine Rose collections, Fall/Winter 2019 sees archival Napapijri materials and styles updated. The Sherpa curly fleece returns for the season, coming in a wiggly striped pattern on shirts and hoodies, while the Napapijri Epoch jacket is dressed in block colors, with light padding and brightly-colored piping. The archival theme even continues to graphic T-shirts, which feature archive Napapijri catalog imagery.
Other key pieces in the collection — which generally focuses on a less oversized silhouette — include overprinted cotton seersucker polos, leopard-print ski jackets and matching jacquard shirt and trousers. Take a look through the lookbook in the gallery above, and expect the collection to arrive at stockists later this year.
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