Low-Key Parisian label FUTUR have dropped a new lookbook to showcase their latest offerings for Spring/Summer 2017. Captured in Tokyo, the visuals feature sisters Saaya and Ailly Kanai who don the collection, which continues to build on FUTUR's signature minimal approach to design. Taking a focus on staple silhouettes, FUTUR utilise colour blocking across tees, long-sleeves, crewnecks and trousers, detailed with familiar graphics which have been placed as subtle chest and bold back graphics.
FUTUR Season 4 is set to arrive in stores across the globe in the next couple of weeks.
Building on their collaborative 'TIMELINE' series, FUTUR have combined with Bordeaux's Yoan Taillandier, the creative mind behind MINUIT, on a concise capsule collection. Utilising the Parisian brands signature colour block designs and reworks the bold 'F' print logo, the release consists of quarter-zip pullovers, zip-up hoodies, pullover sweaters, raglan and graphic tees. The collection is captured in this lookbook shot by Felix Schaper in the new FUTUR HQ, with Santiago Sasson donning the garments.
As the latest collection from the brand arrives in stores worldwide, FUTUR drop the latest instalment in their ‘Timeline’ video series. Filmed and edited by Yoan Taillandier, Timeline 03 captures Juan Saavedra, Santiago Sasson, Karl Salah, Jacopo Carozzi, Andrea di Liddo and Gaspare Gentile in the streets of Milan and Rome.
After catching a glimpse of the collection in the brands “TIMELINE 01” edit, we can now take a closer look at FUTUR’s latest drop for Autumn/Winter 2015 dubbed ‘Season 1’.
Sticking largely the themes from previous releases, the brand build on previous designs as well as introduce new pieces and expand their cut and sew offering. They have kept graphics to a minimum, utilising the brands ‘F’ logo as subtle chest details and bold back prints, while the colour palette is kept strictly to white, black, navy and green. The apparel offering sees european made premium cotton tees, french terry sweaters, hoodies, long sleeve tees and colour blocked polo top, as well as the introduction of casual bottoms including embroidered draw string shorts and trousers. There is also a small selection of complimenting headwear made entirely in the USA that utilises a range of materials including waxed cotton and flannel.
You can shop the entire FUTUR Season 1 range over on the brands website shop.futurinc.eu
European skate brandFUTUR have put together a this short promo video dubbed “TIMELINE 01”.
Now into their 3rd season, FUTUR’s previous collections have seen some strong apparel releases from the brand with minimal logo’s and some interesting designs, despite keeping their cards close to their chest in terms of their identity. TIMELINE01 previews the brands upcoming release “Season 01” which is due to drop shortly, from what we can see from the short clip it aligns largely with the last collection and expands on familiar designs with a selection of tees, long sleeves and caps. Featuring Palace rider Juan Saavedra and Magenta’s Santiago Sasson, the video shot by Mario Fortea on Hi8 and Vx1000 format sees the pair shred the streets of San Sebastián, Madrid and all the way through to Biarritz.
To get more of a feel for the brand, check out last seasons collection HERE. And for more information on FUTUR. head over to futurinc.eu
Following up their debut release from last season, cryptic European skate brand FUTUR present their latest offering for Spring 2015 entitled “Season O (refill)”
For many brands it takes years to build up the knowledge and experience to produce collections with certain levels of detail in their construction, quality in the design and conviction in their visuals. It seems as though FUTUR have bypassed these stages in their development, coming straight out of the blocks with considered, quality clothing and offer up something that is simplistic yet accomplished through their clean graphics and considered designs. Their latest release gives us a bit of a top up, hence the (refill), and follows on from their inaugural collection, with some familiar pieces making an appearance, as well as some new introductions. By large the latest release sticks to the theme of ‘Season 0″, all the way down to the colour treatments.
For this season, FUTUR have called upon the services of photographer Felix Schaper to capture the release around the brands Saint Honoré studio, with Parisian skater Benoit Renaux on modelling duties. The collection is comprised of short and long sleeved tees, that utilise colour blocking on the arms as well as clean illustrative prints from artist Steven Burke as back pieces. The release is rounded off with a small selection of US made caps, all of which stick to the colour palette of Navy and White.
The FUTUR Spring 2015 collection is available now at Footpatrol.