For the Fall/Winter 2021 season, Nobis presents a collection that is enigmatic of traditional tailoring and performance outerwear. The new collection illustrates the brand’s continued evolution, while also showcasing its classic silhouettes.
“With the 2021 Fall/Winter collection, we wanted to shift the focus — stylistically, functionally and visually,” said Robin Yates, Nobis co-founder and vice president. “We wanted to further our commitment to adaptive performance and individuality by amping up the versatility and modularity within the new collection.”
The collection was designed to meet the needs of mild and extreme weather conditions that vary between seasons. From parkas to bomber jackets, Nobis’ signature membrane laminations, water repellent coatings, seam-sealed construction and Canadian white duck down insulation were all in feature. Offering men’s, women’s and children’s outerwear, the collection includes nature-inspired designs and a range of neutral hues such as beige, olive, white and more.
To bring the collection to life, Nobis teamed up with William Ukoh to visualize the garments in digital 3D environments, helping to illustrate the collection’s presentation in cold climates.
Ranging from $700 USD to $1,595 USD, the collection is currently available on the brand’s website and through select retailers.
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