posted by Lo Parkin September 18, 2015

IUTER have recently dropped their new AW15 collection titled ‘The sky’s the limit’, which is inspired by climbing, in the metaphorical sense of striving to reach the top while staying firmly in touch with reality. Communicating this concept through print, the collection bases the graphics, patterns, colours and detailing of the garments on reworked distinctive features of the technical outdoor look.
I have to admit my favourite thing about this Italian streetwear brand is their nature inspired pattern work, and even with a slightly deeper conceptual theme running through this collection their new prints certainly don’t disappoint. Some of the most symbolic patterns evoke the most extreme sides of mountain environments, such as ‘Annapurna’, which was inspired by the Himalayan massif in central Nepal, and ‘Glacier’, an abstract pattern that has been created by superimposing satellite images of some of the biggest glaciers in the world.

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Lo Parkin

Freelance Illustrator & Fashion Editor at People of Print.
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