Craghoppers has launched its new unisex collection dubbed “Dusk Arrival”. Influenced by the filmic style of hyperrealism and superimposition, especially Stanley Kubrick and Nicolas Roeg’s work in the 70s and 80s, the British outdoor label has designed a meaningful seasonal capsule.
The FW21 collection is indeed presented in a captivating lookbook where lighting techniques are the protagonist. The playful use of light allows us to appreciate the incredible attention to detail in the garments, while an obscure forest vanishes behind the models.
Craghoppers’ latest delivery features incredible detailing and combines technical outerwear elements with classic, vibrant textures, like plaid and fleece. “Dusk Arrival” showcases several innovative fabrics, like GORE-TEX, Aquadry and Dynamic Range.
It’s a vintage inspired collection that brings back some of the brand’s archival classics and reworks them into functional and stylish new outerwear must-haves. A Cromarty Jacket pops out from the rest of the designs.
Made of Craghoppers’s signature high-loft ThermoPro synthetic fill, the Cromarty Jacket positions itself as the highlight of the collection: it has been added a water repellent coating at the exterior to make it extra utilitarian. The garments have been all signed with the label’s vintage logo.
The Fall/Winter collection will soon be available for purchase on the brand’s website. Talking about launches, NEMEN has also released its season capsule, where it experiments with a new dyeing technique.