monkey time and THE NORTH FACE PURPLE LABEL Unveil Outdoor Capsule

Showcasing military parkas, field pants and pocket tees.

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BEAUTY and YOUTH‘s monkey time label links up with THE NORTH FACE PURPLE LABEL to release an outdoor-ready capsule for the spring/summer season. The duo teamed up last year on a fall/winter collection led by purple and black hues.

This time around, the Japanese brands unveil a 65/35 Short Mountain Parka with two alternating colorways of black and beige. Taking cues from the military N-2B parka originally designed for flight crews, the outerwear is constructed with 65/35 bayhead cloth which facilitates breathability and durability. The corresponding flight pant in black is crafted with the same fabric and comes with an adjustable strap on the waist. The capsule also includes a trio of cut and sewn pocket tees in light blue, white and beige embroidered with TNF’s iconic logo.

The collection will be available at monkey time, BEAUTY and YOUTH and UNITED ARROWS stores starting on March 13.

In other fashion news, NDG Studio launched its 10th collection with a focus on using upcycled fabrics.

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