Proceeding its nature-inspired FW21 collection, the North Face’s Purple label is back as well as ready to showcase a variety of colourful colors across a range of elegant as well as varied silhouettes.

Designed by innovative director Eiichiro Homma, this spring/summer iteration is full of kicked back free-flowing garments, each punctuated by a fresh as well as mixed colour palette. Within the mix, we see jackets as well as coats, shirts, knits, gilets, hoodies, sweats as well as trousers, a lot of of which show up with minimalistic design.

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Standing out amongst the collection is the signature 65/35 mountain Parka. This piece arrives in both purple as well as dark blue colors as well as features a utilitarian appearance with four large pockets lining the front of the garment. somewhere else on the garment, we see a toggled hood as well as a frontal button-down closure.

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Moving on, we see tie-dye t-shirts show up in both light as well as dark blue tones, total with a elegant pocket as well as the signature Purple label detailing. In addition, a tie-dye gilet as well as matching trousers are discovered in brown as well as off-white hues.

While there isn’t a date confirmed for this upcoming The North face Purple label SS22 collection, we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled throughout the start of the new year. In other news, Jerry Lorenzo identified wearing the upcoming adidas x worry of God collaboration.

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