Outerwear Takes Centre Stage In nonnative’s Latest Capsule

For its latest capsule Japanese label nonnative presents “NORTH”, an apparel collection inspired by the pioneering outdoors scene across Europe throughout the ‘80s and ‘90s.

nonnative — which earlier this year teamed up with Gramicci for an outdoors-ready collaboration — has centered its release around outerwear, with some pieces designed for this year’s winter weather, and other lighter options for Spring 2022.

Down jackets, puff blousons and double-weave melton coats are met by two-way jackets and high-pile fleeces, many of which are doused in GORE-TEX and Pliantex for added protection.

Hues of teal and taupe meet nonnative’s signature navy, beige, olive and black, while graphics throughout the capsule arrive courtesy of London-based artist Fergus “Fergadelic” Purcell, whose work arrives on sweatshirts, hoodies, T-shirts and caps.

You can take a look at some of the stand-out pieces from the collection above, all of which is set to be delivered between October and February, with the first drop expected on October 9 via coverchord and vendor.

In other fashion news, Nanushka’s SS22 collection is a quick-fire lesson in modern elegance.
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