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The designer Heron Preston, far from continuing to patent the urban graphics with orange touches that brought him so much fame and popularity, has preferred to design one of the cleanest and most neutral collections of his entire career. But no, this time it has not been for his eponymous brand, but for Calvin Klein, the brand with which he currently collaborates as creative director.

Presenting his second drop for CK, Preston has chosen to leave urban motifs aside and design a line full of basics and key garments, such as the name, inspired by the minimalism of the looks Heron sees on the street and with the aim of meeting the needs of customers.

Composed of sweatshirts, T-shirts, puffer jackets, jogger trousers and denim garments, we can see how in this second issue, the neutral colour palette takes over part of the garments. Among all of them, we have to highlight the alpaca knitted jumpers or the autumn style plaid shirts.

What do you think of Heron Preston’s twist on Calvin Klein? If you like it, the collection is already on sale on their website.