Continuing to expand on its design universe, Guerrilla-Group has now launched its new BPR Black Programme Research limited series.
Referencing its past collections with handmade designs, the inaugural three-piece range is comprised of a reconstruction of an original military coat, Type-II denim jacket, denim pants and military pants. Each garment is treated with the same garment washing and laminate treatment featured in Guerrilla-Group’s Fall/Winter 2018 “Tilkhurst” collection. While existing designs were improved on through research & development between Cordura and Kaihara exploring construction techniques.
The leading BPR Flight Jacket renders a military coat in the form of a short jacket, reconstructing the original pattern into a dual-zip front design. Type-II denim jacket pockets are added to the rear, while sleeves were deconstructed and inner denim panels were incorporated for added volume.
Building on the focus on Type-II denim jacket, the BPR Denim Jacket layers the silhouettes of two outerwear styles utilizing a staggered stitching technique and reverse contrasting denim panels. Finally, the BPR Denim Cargo repositions pocketing found on military pants for a new expression of traditional jeans. The interior denim inserts added via YKK zips allow for convertibility offering new outlooks of volume and forms.
The handmade BPR Black Programme Research limited series is available now for pre-order on Guerrilla-Group’s website.
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