After teasing the collection way back in June last year, London-based designer Martine Rose has showcased her fourth NAPA by Martine Rose collection. For this collection, Rose has designed a seasonless collection that can be worn all year round, with a particular focus on wardrobe staples including zip-up jackets, windbreakers, knitwear, shorts, hoodies and tracksuits.
One key influence for the collection is the work of photographer Luke Batten, which is referenced through exaggerated and top-heavy silhouettes. Elsewhere, the collection features a color palette that stretches from rich tones such as “Burgundy” and “Forest Green” to vibrant oranges, reds and yellows.
Other reference points include the early ‘90s UK garage seen — alluded to with NM Martine Rose tees — as well as Art Deco upholstery fabrics and aerial views of American mid-west rural landscapes.
For more from NAPA by Martine Rose, take a look at the Fall/Winter 2019 lookbook.
- Tamara Rothstein