Berghaus Reinvents Archive Pieces for SS20 "Dean Street" Collection

Celebrating pieces from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s.

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Outdoor specialist Berghaus has returned with the second installment of its Dean Street collection, continuing to take inspiration from its own archive. For Spring/Summer 2020, the brand has looked at classic styles from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, which have been updated to feature a range of playful new color palettes and eye-catching Aztec prints.

Arguably the stand-out piece in the new collection is Berghaus’ Ascent 76 Jacket, which takes inspiration from the color blocking and detailing used by the brand in the 1990s. Elsewhere, the label has looked to its last Dean Street season to bring back popular pieces such as the Tempest 89 and Ski Smock 86 in a range of new Spring and Summer-ready tones.

Take a look through the lookbook, shot in the North East of England, in the gallery above. The collection is available now from the Berghaus web store.

In other fashion news, TONEDTROUT has a new Snow Peak collaboration on the way.

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