Danish brand Wood Wood dropped a strong collection last season, making us all the more eager to see what it would come up with for the warmer months. Well, the spring/summer 2014 collection is here, and it's exactly what we expected: Fucking amazing.
Dubbed "Utopia", the collection was inspired by the designers' trip to Paris. While there, Brian SS Jensen, Karl-Oskar Olsen, and Magnus Carstensen were drawn to the architectural history of France, including the renaissance and the modernism of Le Corbusier, who was a painter, architect, and urban planner amongst other things. Included in the line up is a dope M-65 jacket, wool suiting, a two-toned bomber jacket, sportswear-inspired pieces, and matching striped shirt and shorts. Wood Wood's signature prints, such as tweaked pyrite, marble, and stone and terrazzo are also present. While we suggest originality, you could literally wear the styled 'fits in the lookbook as is. But if you choose not to, it just goes to show how easily you can work them into your rotation.
Look out for the collection to drop later this month.