The North Face has teamed up with Japanese designer Kazuki Kuraishi once again for a two-part capsule collection named “Pink,” which is set to release early February, and “Lemon” following shortly after.
The duo worked together last season to release a collection of winter outerwear. This time, they are working on a full collection including outerwear, graphic tees, breathable nylon trousers and accessories.
The “Pink” outerwear part of the collection, featured in the lookbook, includes color-blocked ski jackets and light-weight parkas. The two ski jackets come in navy blue/black and navy blue/khaki color palettes while the accent color is placed from shoulder to wrist.
The two nylon pull-over trousers in the collection are ruched all along the side seam of the pant and have a belt detail at the waist with accented colors like bright pink and navy blue. The North Face Logo sits at the top left thigh area.
A black lifestyle backpack is also included in the collection. The backpack has one large compartment and two small oval zipper compartments at the front. The North Face Logo is at the very top of the backpack and Kuraishi’s branding can be found on one of the smaller compartments.
The Kazuki Kuraishi x The North Face Urban Exploration SS20 “Pink” collection is set to release on February 6th, with “Lemon” following closely behind on February 20th. Check out the complete “Pink” collection in the gallery below.