The collection features an expansive array of hi-tech outdoor garments made with vibrant patterns and oversized cuts: camo parkas, fleece zip-ups, trousers with tribal patterns, quilted jackets, tweed coach jackets, leopard cardigans, mohair sweaters, paisley-patterned long-sleeves, trucker hats, track pants and tote bags, to mention a few.
One noteworthy piece is a reconstructed nylon jacket emblazoned with bold tiger stripes. The piece’s collars come in dark green camo, complemented by a lighter shade of the same pattern right half of the body, while the left-half sees a gray-tinted monochromatic camo print. Another highlight is the label’s signature three-layer River Trek Jacket. This season is slightly more fitted compared to the previous SS21 and features a larger, more protective collar. The jacket’s light and breathable fabric is entirely waterproof, making it one of the label’s most functional offerings. Other pieces in the collection, like heavy-duty chore coats, mohair V-neck sweaters, charcoal gray flannels, wool trousers and accompanying accessories such as messenger bags and bucket hats round off the expansive assemblage.
Scroll through the gallery above for an early look at South2 West8’s FW21 collection, expected to roll out on the Nepenthes’ website later this year.
In case you missed it, here’s a look at Engineered Garments’ eclectic FW21 lineup.