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After a large number of teasers, London designer Martine Rose has presented her fourth collection in collaboration with NAPA.
For this new collection, Rose has designed a timeless proposal intended to be worn throughout the year. Among the pieces we can find: jackets with zippers, windbreaks, knitwear, shorts, sweatshirts or sweatshirts.
A key influence on this collection is the work of photographer Luke Batten, referred to through exaggerated silhouettes and large volume. On the other hand, the collection offers a palette of colours ranging from rich tones such as “Burgundy” and “Forest Green” to vibrant oranges, reds and yellows.
Other landmarks include the British garage of the early 1990s – especially evident in t-shirts such as the NM Martine Rose -, Art Deco upholstery fabrics and aerial views of the rural landscapes of the American Midwest.
If you’d like to see the new NAPA collection by Martine Rose, you can see the Autumn/Winter 2019 lookbook below.
More FW19 proposals here.