Recently, Arte Antwerp has been using its collaborations wisely, immersing itself into the world of football with a collaborative capsule with its native football club R.S.C. Anderlecht, and a clean-cut campaign with A.C. Milan baller, Rafael Leão. Now, the brand is exploring British rap, connecting with Nippa, one of the UK’s most exciting up-and-comers.
For its new collection, Arte experiments with graphics more than ever before, using pixelated color schemes that pay tribute to the origins of employing technology to “bring life to the imaginary.”
Additionally, the drop also aligns with British culture, employing a melange of darker hues across outerwear pieces — a look that has become synonymous with Britain throughout the gloomy winter season. Collection highlights come in the form of a new tailored jacket, designed with a sharp collar and heavy-duty zippers. Intricately-placed tailored detailing is then embossed through the entire jacket, depicting delicate flowers in bloom.
Co-ords become a cornerstone for Arte this forthcoming season, with new carpenter-inspired designs adopting colorways of military-inspired green. Rounding off the collection, denim remains a core focus with new straight-leg silhouettes, while further hoodies, jogging bottoms, and T-shirts are hit with minimal branding.
You can take a closer look at the new collection from Arte Antwerp above and it’ll be available to shop via the brand’s official website from September 15.
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