The 5th collaborative collection from Napapijri Martine Rose primes refreshing moods: FW19 welcomes new patterns, introducing a modern “do it yourself” approach. This ethos is incumbent throughout the collection, which comes in hand-drawn stripy motifs, graffiti-style leopard prints, blocky graphics, and skirts, crafted to appear like repurposed sleeping bags.

The range is for those who are a fan of the mundane. Accessories are bold and uplifting, outdoor bags have been reinvented, and outerwear is offered in a variety of tones. Hats come aplenty, echoing the 1990’s style of the lead singer Jamiroquai.

Iconic Napapijri materials and styles are re-modified for this season. The Sherpa fleece is offered as a classic hoody, whilst the Napapijri Epoch has a whole new bright colourwave. For AW19, the Napapijri Martine Rose collection implies a lower number of billowingly-structured silhouettes: Jackets are shorter and much more fitted, unlike previous seasons.

Statement pieces count the likes of polos, leopard-printed ski jacket, and a matching jacquard shirt. Sportswear is elevated to new dimensions, blending the classic and the pioneering ever considerably.