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Get an Exclusive Look at Daily Paper's Striking Spring/Summer 2018 Campaign

Inspired by African tribes.

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Get an Exclusive Look at Daily Paper's Striking Spring/Summer 2018 Campaign

Inspired by African tribes.

It was exactly a year ago that Daily Paper launched its very first womenswear collection, and this season, the Amsterdam-based clothing label is back with an all-new Spring/Summer 2018 campaign titled “Transcend Borders.”

The sophisticated campaign embodies the aesthetics of afro-futurism in the South African coastal city of Cape Town. Showcased against a vibrant wall used as a chic backdrop, the collection is influenced by contemporary African art and includes oversized trousers and blazers, statement snakeskin ensembles and flamboyant patterns. Some of the distinctive and eye-catching pieces include a brown snakeskin coat with a matching dress, paired with candy purple boots as well as a black cropped jacket with white stitching combined with tight red snakeskin pants. Accessories are also featured in the campaign and include totes, backpacks, waist bags, passport bags and wallets.

These unique items will be available from April 30 through Daily Paper’s web store. The collection will also be available at the brand’s Amsterdam location and select global retailers.

Daily Paper
Bilderdijkstraat 131
1053 KN Amsterdam

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