NAPA by Martine Rose Returns With Exclusive Floral Fleece

Mixing two popular FW18 designs.

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Martine Rose and Napapijri have continued their ongoing collaboration with the launch of an exclusive new floral fleece, referencing the Fall/Winter 2018 item that was worn by Drake, A$AP Rocky and Playboi Carti. The item is a re-adaptation of Napapijri’s heritage curly fleece, which was first worked on my Martine Rose for Fall/Winter 2017.

The latest take on the fleece sees an all-over blue and orange floral pattern, in reference to last year’s T-Emin Jacquard Jackets. The piece is finished with subtle detailing including a collar tightening system on the rear, and NAPA by Martine Rose branding on the chest and zip.

The latest NAPA by Martine Rose fleece will release exclusively at LN-CC on November 14. Coinciding with the launch, LN-CC will also host an exhibition of photography from Roxy Lee and performances from Martelo, Oneman and The Heartless Crew.

NAPA by Martine Rose also recently revealed a string of new cold-weather pieces for the winter months.

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