Danish label mfpen has revealed its Fall/Winter 2021 collection, eschewing digital fashion week for a series of images shot behind-the-scenes. The collection itself continues the Copenhagen brand’s commitment to using deadstock materials, which have been sourced from Italy, Portugal and Turkey for this season.
As well as the deadstock fabrics — which is used on relaxed tailoring, shirting and technical-inspired outerwear — FW21 also features a core range of pieces, which includes items produced from GOTS-certified jersey, knitwear constructed from recycled wool and Italian denim made with organic cotton.
Additionally, mfpen has presented its first footwear collaboration for this season. FW21 sees the label partner with Paris-based Adieu, with the classic loafer and derby shoe silhouettes stripped back and simplified.
In other fashion news, London-based retailer htown has returned with an editorial for Spring/Summer 2021.