After releasing the collection’s lookbook at the start of the year and another look at the collection back in August, NAPA by Martine Rose has now spotlighted its Fall/Winter 2019 collection in a new video. The collection — the latest from Martine Rose‘s work with Napapijri — takes inspiration from the 1990s and the Italian label’s archive from over three decades.
Stand-out prints in the collection include hand-drawn stripes, bold graphics and graffiti-style leopard print, all of which features on trousers and T-shirts alongside Napapijri’s signature outerwear silhouettes. FW19 also sees NAPA by Martine Rose continue to work with curly fleeced sherpa, this season used on shirts and hoodies.
The new video was shot alongside the FW19 lookbook in Mexico, and features behind-the-scenes content from that shoot. The campaign film was shot by Sharna Osborne and styled by Tamara Rothstein, two longstanding Martine Rose collaborators. Take another look at the pieces in the gallery above, and expect the collection to arrive at select stockists in the near future.
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