This Fall/Winter, NAPAPIJRI brings on the 2015 Collection designed for the independent and discerning traveller. Drawing inspiration from the concept of Plains Dreamer, the latest season chronicles the fundamental traits of the NAPAPIJRI adventurer – a free-spirited individual and dreamer who is nomadic in his/her ways and artistic in his/her wardrobe, but always remains impeccably dressed. Detailed workmanship and innovation take centre stage once again with a plethora of patterns, styles and textiles that prepare the explorer for a comfortable voyage in any geographical landscape.
Exploring the primary tones of denim and indigo, shades of grey and burgundy, NAPAPIJRI Fall/Winter 2015 Men’s Collection features thick and full-bodied fabrics in dynamic check designs. Utilitarian knitwear is reinterpreted with the use of new textiles such as two-tone fabrics and over- dyed herringbone to give the apparels a worn look, which is enhanced by the “dirty cut”. Additionally, washes and treatments of the denim appear on statement pieces like the nylon down jacket, washed blazer and denim biker jacket, adding texture and dimension to the garments while retaining its practicality.
Experiment with a mix of different yarns and decorative patches influenced by bottle labels from Irish clubs around the world, this range is all about materials and colours which echo an extremely creative yet understated spirit. The colour palette is focused on hues of blue, brown and green with hints of yellow, grey and red with ecru details. Quilted nylon is blended with other materials, including wool and jacquard knits, creating an innovative series of combined surface garments. Micro-print designs taken from ties, camouflage, checks, the iconic Napapijri flag and houndstooth details are adopted to enhance the inside finishes of the outfits.
The Canadian theme is influenced by the work uniforms of lumberjacks, featuring the abundant use of check print and reinterpreting shirts in an urban-cool style. Heavy protective garments such as textured nylon jackets, warm flannel shirts and soft wool blazers, are presented in shades of blue, brown and grey which are invigorated with tones of red and orange. NAPAPIJRI adds intricacy to the range through the mix of fabrics, predominantly used in woollen garments, where check print on wool is complemented with jersey, and pin-lined velvet is used as detail on pique.
Priced between $69 and $1,499, NAPAPIJRI Fall/Winter 2015 Men’s Collection ensures extreme comfort and durability for the adventurous man without comprising on his style while layering.
Embodying primary tones of denim and indigo with shirts made of soft, natural fabrics in check print and micro patterns, which flow seamlessly through trims and interior of the hoods. The outerwear consists of ultra lightweight and reversible 24/7 down jackets, parkas designed in a washed cotton finish, and sweatshirts which are featured in floral print and the Norwegian
This is a world that evokes the atmosphere of college style using Tartan, Prince of Wales and Chevron fabrics taken from the school uniform. Classic motifs on wool varsity jackets and ties are seen on winter staples of the urban wardrobe, such as trench coats, field-jackets and parkas. The woollen coats are presented in camouflage in shades of green and dark grey with black interior.
Comprising of warmer garments, the range is designed in shades of blue, red and grey, as well as ochre/blue and brown/orange combinations. Check is the key element of this theme, which are available in macro print on coats and jackets, and in microprint version on shirts. In addition to the traditional check print, zigzag print is also spotted on the knitwear.
Priced between $89 and $1,299, NAPAPIJRI Fall/Winter 2015 Women’s Collection enables every woman to dress in style for her winter escapade.
NAPAPIJRI @ Capitol Piazza
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