Amsterdam label Daily Paper has released the lookbook for its Spring/Summer ‘22 collection. Set to drop later this week, the collection celebrates the impact that hip-hop culture has had on both the label and society, through a mix ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s inspired garments that have been elevated with details from the Pan-African flag.
In true Daily Paper style, Spring/Summer ‘22 comprises a host of notable pieces, including oversized monogram sweatsuits, denim dungarees, and pinstripe tailoring, which feature an African cowrie shell design on the stripes as well as the phrase “Educate to Liberate.”
Elsewhere, the Amsterdam-based imprint has applied the red, black, and green colours of the Pan-African flag across a new bandana print which can be seen on a dress and tracksuit. Adding to the mix are the label’s signature silhouettes, which appear in colours such as “Chocolate Brown” and “Mint Green” as well as bursts of bright red and yellow.
Launching the collection, co-founder and design director Abderrahmane Trabsini said: “I enjoyed working on this collection a lot as Hip Hop has always been, and still is, a big inspiration to us. The influence of Hip Hop and its community had a significant impact on how Daily Paper came to life. First through telling stories around street culture on our blog which later evolved to become the fashion brand we are today.”
The first installment of Daily Paper’s SS22 collection will begin releasing on January 14 and will be available from the brand’s webstore as well as its flagship locations in Amsterdam, London, and New York.