Forét's High Summer 2024 Collection Is a Limitless Daydream

The Danish cast harvests fresh produce in minimalistic uniforms.

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Danish label Forét has revealed its next seasonal collection, embracing an ever-lasting summer with endless possibilities. The brand continues to promote its relaxed identity, delivering basic uniforms with minimalistic detailing.

Titled “Daydreamer,” Forét’s High Summer 2024 offering is inspired by fantastical escapism, exploring new realms of creativity. The brand’s visionary cast comes together against solid backdrops, harvesting fresh fruits and vegetables with mindful selection. The range is cemented in lightweight uniforms and dim-lit Earth tones, opening with essential cropped shirting and textured trousers. Striped long-sleeves, indigo-dyed denim, and double-layered button-downs follow, while playful “Daydreamer” tees, subtle crewnecks, and paint-splotched items complete the new apparel range with padded gear and technical accessories.

Take a closer look at Forét’s High Summer 2024 collection in the gallery above. It will launch in April of 2024 in-store and online through Forét and select stockists.

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