For its Fall/Winter 2018 collection, Daily Paper joined forces with FGUK Magazine on an editorial which highlighted an inclusive group of individuals. The Amsterdam-based brand is back with a fresh direction for Spring/Summer 2019, offering a tech and African-inspired campaign that explores “survival and success in the digital age.”
This assortment, shot in South Africa, draws inspiration from Africa and its connection with the Fourth Industrial Revolution. A number of relaxed-fitting pieces are presented in the range, including wide-leg trousers, oversized blazers, button-downs and long trench coats. The color palette encompasses a pastel-based selection, including salmon pink, lilac and light blue, which are complemented with neutrals such as gray, beige and white.
A money collage serves as one of the key prints and can be seen on the label’s Fajo shirt and matching shorts. Ombré and tie-dye designs are also sprinkled throughout, adding a colorful element to the likes of a matching denim set and the Fafec worker pants. Finally, stripes are sprinkled in on tops and bottoms, providing a classic pattern option in the mix.
Daily Paper’s SS19 line is available to shop now via the brand’s website, its Amsterdam stores and at select retailers worldwide.
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