Woolrich Takes Inspiration from the Outdoors for SS19 "Forest" Lookbook

The iconic brand continues to deliver timeless pieces.

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Towards the end of last year, Woolrich focused on collaborative efforts, producing an outerwear capsule with nanamica and three Timber Jackets with Awake NY. Now, the iconic brand is back with a lean “Outdoor” range for its Spring/Summer 2019 lineup.

Specifically, Woolrich’s new “Outdoor” collection for Spring/Summer 2019 is being showcased through the lens of the “Forest” lookbook. For the aforementioned editorial’s themes, the designers chose to use the collection as an opportunity to promote a stronger, more supportive relationship between humankind and nature. Concerning specific inspirations for the pieces, outdoor sports like fishing, climbing and kayaking were used as creative cues. Blue, yellow, red and other, lighter tones dominate significant portions of Woolrich’s latest offering, while the standout selections involve the collection’s high-quality jackets.

You can take a look at Woolrich’s new Spring/Summer 2019 lookbook and collection above.

For more, check out Woolrich and Aime Leon Dore’s Fall/Winter 2018 collaboration.

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