Daily Paper’s Second FW23 Installment Provides Something for Everyone

Following the presentation of its first Fall/Winter 2023 collection featuring UK drill rapper, Headie One last month, Daily Paper is now back, unveiling further additions to its winter line.

Daily Paper’s previous FW23 collection featured a slew of contemporary styles land across men’s and women’s garments, with highlights coming in the form of belted calf-length coats with sketched patterns. Now, more vibrancy has been added by the label, with new unisex styles such as an oversized jacket — partnered with a removable vest — and a one-shouldered dress complemented by pattern work designed by Somali-born artist, Mustafa Saeed.

Additionally, Daily Paper welcomes a classic leather jacket decorated with a custom message, while fresh bomber jackets and padded suits are welcomed. Further artwork and graphics make their way onto new T-shirts, sweaters, and hoodies, designed to portray Daily Paper’s Amsterdam roots.

Meanwhile, new puffer jackets are included, made from a waterproof fabric with a waxed coating and monogram lining. The cropped iteration of the coat has dropped shoulder detailing, a high neck, and hidden zipper snap buttons. Elsewhere, the Runako light grey puffer features several pockets, ribbed cuffs, and a stand-up collar, while custom spear quilting decorates the front and back.

Rounding off the collection, Daily Paper’s oversized black trench coat is finished with double-breast detailing alongside double-button closure, a sharp collar, and a removable belt. The jacket also includes welt pockets and a metal Daily Paper Shield pin on the left lapel.

You can take a closer look at the latest drop from Daily Paper above and it’s available to shop via the brand’s website and in its flagship stores in Amsterdam, London, and New York now.

In other fashion news, check out the new collection from Palmes.

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