NEEDLES FW24 Reimagines Classics With Intriguing Patterns And Oversized Silhouettes
In the brisk anticipation of Fall/Winter 2024 fashion, NEEDLES has once again unveiled a captivating collection that seamlessly weaves together Americana influences, military aesthetics, and sportswear stylings. The Nepenthes label, known for its distinctive take on fashion, has curated a range that resonates with the essence of the season.
The cornerstone of the FW24 collection lies in the diverse array of coats that dominate the lineup. These coats, available in an assortment of patterns, styles, and fabric compositions, are a testament to NEEDLES’ commitment to delivering both diversity and quality. Standout pieces include coordinating jackets and pants adorned with pinstripes, plaid, and other eye-catching patterns.
True to its identity, NEEDLES doesn’t disappoint with its signature tracksuit, reimagined through a Western lens for the FW24 collection. The label seamlessly blends traditional elements with contemporary fashion, creating a reliable staple that exudes style. Additionally, the knitwear styles in rich reds and browns, along with a star-stamped zip-up jacket, add a touch of luxury to the collection.
The collection’s design philosophy filters elements of vintage Americana, military influences, and sportswear uniforms, resulting in a cohesive yet expansive capsule. Western shirts, heavy wool trousers, and coordinating suit and jacket combinations showcase NEEDLES’ commitment to offering a comprehensive range of wardrobe essentials.
As we eagerly await the arrival of Autumn/Winter ’24, fashion enthusiasts can mark their calendars for the NEEDLES EXHIBITION in MAN/WOMAN Paris, scheduled from January 19th to 21st, 2024. This exhibition promises an immersive experience, providing a firsthand look at the craftsmanship and thought behind the collection.
The NEEDLES FW24 collection will be available through Nepenthes’ online store and select stockists. Check out the collection’s lookbook while we wait for the official release in Autumn/Winter ’24. For more information, please visit the Needles website.