London designer Margaret Howell released her FW21 collaboration with Japanese sportswear label Mizuno, introducing a four-piece capsule collection alongside a pair of sneakers.
Comprised of two women’s jackets and two men’s jackets – though given Howell’s signature minimalist aesthetic, it’s safe to assume that these pieces are rather unisex – the collaboration shines a light on what the two brands are doing. better. For Margaret Howell, it’s about creating clothes that fit well, have great proportions and are elegantly minimalist, while Mizuno lends her hand to infuse a technical touch into outerwear styles, informed by her knowledge. fabrics.
The result is a hiking coat and a hiking jacket, both made from dense, rain-resistant nylon. The hiking coat features two-way zippers, storm flap, drawstring and zippered leather hood, fishtail finish and horn buttons for a luxurious finish. The jacket is pretty much the same, also with a hood and two-way closure, but of course it has a shorter cut and raglan sleeves.
As for the shoes, Margaret Howell adorns the upper in GORE-TEX and dyes the entire pair black from the outsole to the upper, while a little Mizuno-branded touch in white adorns the tongue alongside the brand. Margaret Howell on the insole.
Commenting on the collaboration, Howell said: â€œWhat I appreciate about our collaboration with Mizuno is the combination of their technical fabric and manufacturing expertise and our suggestions on design and proportions. adjustment. The result is a sophisticated collection of waterproof clothing designed for an active lifestyle, whether in the city or in the countryside.
Take a look at the above collaboration and head over to Margaret Howell website or its stores now to retrieve the collection.
For more reworked outerwear, check out the Engineered Garments version of these classics from Barbour International.