Zara's Latest SRPLS Collection Sees New Camo Patterns & Robust Outerwear Pieces

Continuing to deliver military-inspired pieces.

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Zara has unveiled the newest installment of its bi-annual SRPLS collection, a utilitarian range featuring men’s, women’s and, for the first time, children’s wear. The Fall/Winter 2019 assortment is the next page in what the brand describes as the “appropriation of military-inspired clothing into everyday dressing,” and continues to deliver several camouflage, patchwork and earth-tone pieces.

Jumpsuits mark a key silhouette in the latest range and are presented in options such as denim, khaki green and black. For outerwear, lightweight vests are offered alongside heavier pieces like fur-trimmed puffer coats and sherpa hoodies. T-shirts in desert tans and browns, meanwhile, add a classic pairing option against cargo pants and combat boots. Items including pullovers and beanie caps come coated in navy blue to broaden the earthy palette and finish off the first drop.

The SRPLS collection is available now at select brand stores worldwide and at Zara’s webstore.

In other news for the company, it recently announced plans to use 100% sustainable fabrics by 2025.

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