Over recent times, Arte Antwerp has been at one with the sport of football. For example, the label dropped a collaborative capsule with its native football club R.S.C. Anderlecht, and now the brand is kicking on from where it left off with one of Europe’s most exciting young ballers.
As a whole, this new collection is inspired by Bauhaus — this is an art movement best known for its use of geometric shapes and experimentation with primary colors. Recently, the artistic movement introduced a modern take of contemporary art by combining people, design, fashion, and architecture to create a hub of like-minded people, whom Arte considers to be its core demographic.
This new collection embodies that perfectly by using Bauhaus methods in the form of photography, graphic design, and more. With this in mind, SS23 welcomes a selection of bold prints and circular patterns across a slew of contemporary designs — such as a stand-out shirt-trouser co-ord — and more technically-focused outerwear pieces like a new raincoat that’s designed with heavy-duty zippers and an assemblage of pockets.
Furthermore, Arte’s latest collection also introduces various new colors, with shades of black, white, navy, grey, and cream all being combined with hues of bright blue and yellow to strike a clean balance between the beauty of summer and the gloomier days on the run-up to it.
You can take a closer look at the latest collection from Arte Antwerp above and it available to shop now via the brand’s official website.
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