During Paris Fashion Week, Canada Goose presented an FW22 collection in collaboration with London-based Chinese-born designer Feng Chen Wang and Chinese artist Xu Zhen.
With Feng Cheng Wang’s “future-modern” design codes and Xu Zhen’s optimistic prints at the forefront, the 12-piece range prioritizes deconstructing Canada Goose’s heritage styles with exaggerated proportions and a technical confection. The result is a collection of outerwear and knitwear for men, women and unisex, all of which have a penchant for functional yet conceptual clothing.
The line, which draws inspiration from Wang’s life experiences, uses an eclectic color story, with a neon green tone taking over a parka jacket in a set and dark greens and browns commanding pairs of pants and of jackets in another. Zhen’s graphics largely make their statement on the jacket offerings, some of which are entirely infused with the MadeIn founder’s iconic artwork while others implement his bold designs on distinct fabric sections. Elsewhere, the Toronto-based luxury brand introduced new product categories with its first-ever offerings of woven skirts and pants, as well as a well-equipped shoe collaboration for tough terrain.
The full collection will be available for purchase in Fall 2022. Take a look at the collaborative capsule above.
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