Filling Pieces Reveals New Concrete Jungle Editorial For AW21 Collection
The Amsterdam-based streetwear brand debuts new editorial for Autumn/Winter 2021 collection.
Amsterdam-based streetwear brand, Filling Pieces has released their latest editorial, “Concrete Jungle,” for their Autumn/Winter 2021 collection. Under the artistic direction of photographer Miftha Bahardeen, the editorial was captured in Thailand – a place where urbanism and jungles coexist. As the pandemic left many with the desire to reconnect with nature, Bahardeen was inspired by the juxtaposition between Bangkok’s concrete buildings and the textures found in its tropical environment.
This complemented the AW21 collection beautifully, as it encompasses versatility, comfort, and luxury aesthetics. Highlights from the collection include the Studio body, which features subtle FP monogram prints as well as the Studio leather pants, offering a more structured look. The footwear is a mix of the label’s classic but out-of-comfort style, including the Massive Rain Boot and Dress Up Multi. The shoes are made in Portugal from consciously-selected, premium materials.
Check out Filling Pieces “Concrete Jungle” editorial in the pics shown above.
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