Climate change is something to take seriously — just look at this winter. So given global warming, outerwear specialist Woolrich is developing transitional pieces that can be worn at different temperatures.
For example, the company introduced field jackets in stretch materials allowing easy layering; Gore-Tex jackets with thin padding, and, for the first time, showed its Arctic parka in a version without fur.
A capsule collection, conceived by Shinsuke Kojima and entirely manufactured in Japan, was also unveiled at the presentation.
The designer reworked classic men’s wear staples combining an outdoor feel with a preppy attitude. These include track pants and shirts crafted from Japanese denim, as well as cotton field jackets and anoraks.