First seen during Y/Project‘s recent Fall/Winter 2020 runway presentation, the Parisian brand’s Canada Goose collaboration has now received detailed shots that highlight the versatile designs. Glenn Martens’ deconstructionist ethos informs the six-piece capsule, undermining traditional construction by cleverly warping some of Canada Goose’s signature silhouettes.
Asymmetric detailing informs much of the range: an otherwise conventional parka is undermined by dangling straps and a layered hood, while a puff liner jacket boasts hidden snap button closure that encourages unorthodox styling. Puffer jackets feature co-branding on the sleeves, internal buckled closure that reveals a hidden Canada Goose badge and extended hems, the latter of which is swapped for a cropped, bolero-style bomber jacket, complete with a warped fit on the torso. Even the knit beanies are revamped, emblazoned with “CANADA GOOSE” on the inside and “Y/PROJECT” on the outside.
Most recently, Canada Goose re-enlisted Inuit designers for its ongoing Atigi project.