Building upon past seasons, the latest collection from Butterflysoulfire takes the strengths of recent years and blends them together for a dynamic spring outing in which draping takes great prominence. Reflecting the dark and light aspects of the Berlin-based label, Christoph Voy photographs this season’s lookbook, which features Izaio model Philip Yves with makeup by Steffen Seeger. Striking a delicate balance between fluid softness and an undeniable masculine soul, Butterflysoulfire designers Maria Thomas and Thoas Lindner take their signature silhouettes to the next level with a clever spring outing that manages to incorporate fur and leather. Maintaining a light progression with unexpected ingredients, Thomas and Linder craft a collection of loose silhouettes and a penetrating style that evokes romantic images of today’s nomad.
The byproduct of a pre-apocalyptic world, In Minds Eye looks to a worn aesthetic that lends itself to an androgynous edge for the spring season. Encompassing a collection at peace, spring’s range is appropriately titled & Then There Was Light. From boxy tanks and wrinkled fabrics to the beginnings of destroyed hems, In Minds Eye serves up a collection that maintains dark aspirations, while remaining refreshingly low-key.
Tobias Sørensen stars in Zara’s most recent lookbook update. A balanced mix of prep and youthful abandon, Zara makes a stylish statement with their strong denim washes. Rounding out an eclectic mix, Zara keeps the season hip with a militaristic array of neutrals.
Dismiss the word drab from your vocabulary and you have the latest range from UK-based David David. Livening the season with a chipper range of his and her t-shirts, David David offers a simple outlet of joy with a splash of color.
Canadian label Mackage strips their latest campaign down to the bare essentials. Photographed in black and white by Donat, Rob Rae transitions in and out of modest movements to highlight this season’s focus on leather jackets.
The most recent lookbook from Ballantyne features Jakob Wiechmann. Bright and chipper, spring’s collection looks to the frequent traveler for inspiration, crafting accessible ensembles from light-weight knits, shorts and relaxed trousers. Rounding out the collection in fun 70s inspired abstract prints, the Ballantyne man turns out to be the ideal image of preppy at the beach.
No stranger to the campaign scene, Nicolas Ripoll is the face of COS’ spring outing. For the spring season, the Swedish label turns to a somber collection of subtle cuts and modest draping for a thoughtful undertaking.