THE NORTH FACE PURPLE LABEL Reveals FW21 "ROOTS IN THE WIND" Collection

Another nature-inspired urban collection.

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Following its FW20 “WHISPER OF THE WIND” collection directed by nanamica, Eiichiro Homma‘s The North Face Purple Label releases a similarly dubbed “ROOTS IN THE WIND” Fall/Winter 2021 collection. The design language and dedication to sustainability remain consistent in this upcoming season revealing earthy tones in fresh relaxed yet functional styles that straddle the line between outdoor and urban apparel.

Standout pieces in the collection include the collared corduroy puffer jacket, hybrid fleece-paneled bombers, lightweight down jackets, and 65/35 classic mountain parkas. Bottoms feature denim cargo pants with windproof knee panels and relaxed ankle trousers. Aside from outerwear, the extensive collection is built to dress one head to toe, featuring beanies, T-shirts, cross-body bags, and other functional accessories for the colder seasons.

Stay tuned for more details on TNPL’s official release later this year.

In case you missed it, WACKO MARIA reconnected with acclaimed tattoo artist Tim Lehi for SS21.

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