Copenhagen-based label Wood Wood are back with a space and sci-fi-inspired Pre-Spring 2022 collection. Based on the curiosity associated with the unknown, Wood Wood has enlisted British artist Jack Marshall to cast “odd and twisted characters” on jerseys, an alpaca blend cardigan and vest. Marshall’s artworks were created uniquely for this collection, and aspire to tie together “the bright and shaded side of the universe with a contemporary take on fashion”. The theme also manifests with a hand-drawn artwork referencing 70s sci-fi movies applied to a wrap dress and shirt.
Throughout the collection, silhouettes are classic, favouring overt expression and highlighting texture with the inclusion of lambswool, alpaca, and linen blends. The actual garments in the collection are wide-ranging, with highlights consisting of a deep green, double-breasted lined lambskin coat, along with a contemporary linen two piece.
Other notable pieces include a full-length checked dress featuring pleats across the bodice, and a selection of pieces in Wood Wood’s distinct broken herringbone pattern. For the campaign, Wood Wood have collaborated with Serbian-born photographer Ana Kras, who brings the collection to life in a series of flash-heavy accompanying images.
For Pre-Spring 2022, the brand takes a conceptual approach to depict several fragments of the unknown, with the collection “seeking to disarm any prejudice towards what is otherwise considered alienated” space exploration and time travel, as we serve as directional pointers to the collection.
Want the collection? Head to Wood Wood’s website from today to take a look.