BEAMS has presented its collection of exclusive THE NORTH FACE PURPLE LABEL outerwear for FW20. Continuing the storied relationship between Japanese retailer and The North Face‘s sub-label, this latest collection of jackets and coats is made up of three different styles and eight total pieces.
Serving as the centerpiece of the capsule is a field jacket, done up in a special indigo dye as well as black and tan iterations. It features dual zippers and bomber jacket-esque cuffs, plus a TNF logo hit on the left sleeve. Next is the Bal collar coat in black, navy and beige. A mid-length jacket with traditional closures and a large collar, it offers a modernized take on classic fall style. Last but not least is the Big Stain Collar Coat, a strangely-named garment that nevertheless offers the most traditional trench coat style of the bunch by dropping all the way to the wearer’s knees. Available in black and brown, it uses a button closure system and supplies a smaller collar than the aforementioned Bal.
All three styles boast a bay head cloth construction that’s 65% polyester and 35% cotton fibers, making them both moisture and wind resistant. Each is also lined with Primaloft to ensure warmth, and serves up a recognizable THE NORTH FACE PURPLE LABEL tag on the collar to complete the look.
You can purchase all eight styles from BEAMS’ exclusive THE NORTH FACE PURPLE LABEL capsule on the BEAMS webstore now, with prices ranging from ¥35,200 JPY (approximately $333 USD) to ¥52,800 JPY (approximately $500 USD).
Elsewhere in the world of The North Face, the brand has revived and upgraded its classic 1994 Himalayan Parka.