The North Face's CMYK Collection Is All About Bold Colors
Eye-catching outerwear for all occasions.
Outerwear label The North Face has just dropped a range of must-have pieces for the fall and winter seasons. Titled the CMYK pack, the collection is inspired by the “four pillars of the CMYK printing process and the vibrancy of Amsterdam’s streetwear style and up-and-coming artist scene.” From patterned puffer jackets to caps and sneakers, the pieces come in a purple pattern print with geometric details, with the TNF logo present throughout each of the designs.
For the campaign, the label has tapped Dutch grime artist Flavio Monterio, aka Y’unglatte, as well as festival photographer Rachel Ecclestone to embody The North Face’s mantra – “inspired by the mountains, made for the city.”
The CMYK collection features a jacket ($299 USD), a vest ($199 USD), Berkely Boots ($149 USD) as well as a cap ($40 USD), and is now available online at thenorthface.com.