Veilance is opening its offer by including for the first time ever women apparel into its Fall/Winter 2021 line.
The brand was founded in 2009 by Arc’teryx and since then it has provided avant-garde, technical menswear. But as of next season, it will also start designing for women as well. We should be expecting an original interpretation of all the classical items in a women’s wardrobe under the gaze of Taka Kasuga, Veilance’s creative director for the past three years.
The upcoming women collection will feature their signature garments as well as tailored ready-to-wear pieces, including the latest bucket-hat and a reinterpretation of the Euler-style coat.
It will maintain Veilance’s minimalist, monochrome lines, neutral colors and technical construction of course, all very characteristic of the brand.
The upcoming women’s line will make its debut by September.
If you would like to know more about Veilance’s history, we invite you to read this article on why it is the most versatile techwear brand today.
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