HERESY continues its folklore research through its graphic references seen most notably on pieces such as the woven blanket, which is adorned with the labels favorite folklore icons all over. Pieces such as the “Growing” long-sleeve T-shirt sport a rear collage design featuring various Celtic idol heads alongside botanical images, while garments such as the Dismembered God long-sleeve utilizes imagery by Peter Maton, placing a picture taken at Lee Miller’s Farley Farm House will homes iconic surrealist works by the likes of Picasso, Henry Moore and Dorothea Tanning.
Arktis has been enlisted for the Omen garments, which is comprised of a smock jacket, combat trousers, a boonie hat and lugger tote bag. Each features the HERESY moniker, Arktis branding and a moth motif, which contrast the bold HERESY camouflage print. The Omen pieces are made from hardy 50/50 ripstop and are all showerproof.
In related news, Norse Projects has continued its GORE-TEX collaboration for FW19.
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