'National Geographic' & Element Share "Future Nature" Collection

“There is only one world. We must handle with care.”

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National Geographic and Element are back for the third instalment of its capsule collection series. This time around, for Spring 2020, the “Future Nature” collection looks at nature at multiple angles for a better understanding of life on Earth.

With the aid of education, science, exploration and conservation, we uncover more about the world and ourselves on a micro and macro level, and for this third collection, the reminder that we only have one home planet is the message to take home. Element comments on the collection with: “We are all in this together made of the same matter. A harmony of infinite variation for all known living beings. There is only one world. We must handle with care. We are here. Make it count. Our Future is Nature.”

The collection is comprised of graphic tees, long-sleeves, hoodies, a cap, outerwear, and of course, skate decks, wheels and grip tape — all containing iconic imagery from Nat Geo. On top of the macro shots of plants, reptiles and insects, photos of Earth and Mars are present along with the National Geographic’s famous yellow frame logo. In keeping with Nat Geo’s commitment to science and exploration, a portion of sales will go directly to the National Geographic Foundation. The collection ranges from $28 – $300 USD, with pieces available now on Element’s web store. Have a full look at the collection below with the styled lookbook above.

In other fashion news, Hajime Sorayama and Knit Gang Council craft “Sexy Robot” knit sweater.

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