Nilmance has crafted highly enhanced technical garments for the Fall/Winter season. With particular focus on modularity and adaptability, the recently launched collection is thought to merge the wearer with the surrounding environment.
Each garment combines the label’s signature minimalistic, utilitarian aesthetic with engineered materials and detailing. In order to ensure the highest performance, the label continues to focus on the technical construction of the clothes, which in this case encompasses trousers, shorts, jackets, as well as long and short-sleeved shirts and t-shirts.
Nilmance’s FW21 collection embraces OLMETEX® Resiste x TM Carbon, which is a fabric made with filaments of a conductive material based on active carbon. The selection of this material was due to its body temperature regulation properties during muscular activities: simultaneously, the fabric increases stamina while decreases lactic acid.
This type of textile was used to make the FW21-IJ-01 Parka and FW21-ANJ-02 Jacket, for example. The first one also features a detachable water and windproof inner layer, while the second one provides multiple utilitarian pockets and Fidlock fastening.
Another technical fabric used in this collection is the Schoeller® PES, which provides breathability, stretchability, fast-drying, moisture control, hydrophilic and waterproof qualities. You can find it in the oversized FW21-BMJ-01 Bomber Jacket, and the FW21-MP-02 Pants.
The collection also encompasses pants made of CORDURA® fabric, as well as Japanese premium cotton. It goes without saying that these are truly technical, ergonomic designs.
Take a look at the full lookbook at their web store and find it at select retailers too. Speaking of which, Craghoppers reworks archive classics for fall collection.