Drawing from the organic relationship built between both Daily Paper and What We Wear over the years, the two brands aim to influence and inspire future generations of young people contributing to the fashion industry, whilst creating modern norms of combining quality, aesthetically pleasing products.
For this collaboration, Daily Paper and What We Wear played with the notion of facing danger in combat, whether it be in a futuristic, science-fiction inspired world or the real world. Silhouettes are inspired by the ideology of utility and body-armour with clothing being used to conceal and protect the inner being whilst they go about their daily vocation. They explored uniforms for consistency, repetition and most of all, the anonymous profile. Functions and fabrics include sartorial stripes, heat reactive elements, the garments gradually blend from grey to a neon orange colour as the temperature rises, referencing army-style flight bombers.
The capsule collection is now available to buy via Daily Paper’s webstore.
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