DAILY PAPER BRINGS ODE TO THE ANCIENT KUBA KINGDOM
Amsterdam based menswear label Daily Paper presents its 2014 Spring / Summer collection.
Prints continue to play an important role in the aesthetics of Daily Paper. For their new collection the young Amsterdam based label drew inspiration from the unique patterns, colors and fabrics from the ancient Kuba kingdom. The collection is set for availability in the 3rd week of March through the Daily Paper online store and selected retailers.
More than four centuries ago, about 20 tribes settled in the Kasai region in Congo and formed the Kuba kingdom . The empire was known for her sense of precision and beauty, which is reflected in Daily Paper’s SS14 collection through distinctive geometric patterns and use of colors. The collection is an ode to the ancient Kuba kingdom.
The brand is trying to stay true to its philosophy through quality clothing, fine detailing and distinctive designs. The collection is filled with well tailored staples such as: All over print T-shirts, denim shirts covered in prints, classic bomber jackets, chore coats, and all over embroidered shorts.
The collection will become available for purchase in the last week of March through Daily Paper’s online store and selected retailers.
Photography: Sharon Jane Model: Kevin Peters Styling: Jefferson Osei, Abderrahmane Trabsini & Hussein Suleiman