As a skate brand, functionality is paramount when it comes to both footwear and apparel. For Hélas that’s certainly the case, as it continues to deliver long-lasting skate wear that not only looks good, but stands the test of time season after season.
For Winter 2021, the French label integrates its usual graphics and multiple cultural references onto fleeces, down jackets and corduroy sets, drawing influence from Parisian nights, the legendary Larousse dictionary and the psychedelic work of Hungarian artist Vasarely.
Designed to allow its wearers to brave the cold of winter, Hélas has also developed a series of cozy accessories in the form of hoods concealed in its hoodies and a selection of warming fleece caps.
Captured by photographer Marius Chanut, Paul Denaux, Augustin Giovannoni, Florent Mirtain, William Monerris, Salim Croco and Karl Salah are seen travelling through the French capital sporting some of the collection’s stand-out pieces.
The full Hélas Winter 2021 collection is set to drop on November 17 via the brand’s webstore.
In other fashion news, Supreme and Missoni have teamed up for a Fall 2021 knitwear capsule.