Patrik Ervell looked to the sea for his solid nautical-inspired collection. “I am interested in technical clothing that’s built for a natural environment and evolves through the specific needs and conditions of the outdoors,” he said.

Sailing coats in performance fabrics, bombers in nylon sailcloth and shirts and shorts in ocean prints drove that message home. Still, Ervell remained true to his heritage with minimalistic, softly constructed suits paired at times with Nineties-style baggy shorts. The athletic references in sweatpants, woven mesh paneled outerwear and zip-up dry suits continued to speak to his youthful street-friendly aesthetic.

Patrik Ervell looked to the sea for his solid nautical-inspired collection. “I am interested in technical clothing that’s built for a natural environment and evolves through the specific needs and conditions of the outdoors,” he said.

Sailing coats in performance fabrics, bombers in nylon sailcloth and shirts and shorts in ocean prints drove that message home. Still, Ervell remained true to his heritage with minimalistic, softly constructed suits paired at times with Nineties-style baggy shorts. The athletic references in sweatpants, woven mesh paneled outerwear and zip-up dry suits continued to speak to his youthful street-friendly aesthetic.

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