The second drop of the Daily Paper Spring/Summer 2015 collection features a strong tie to Morocco, the brand's leading inspiration; more specifically, it draws inspiration from the descendants of the pre-Arab inhabitants of North Africa.
The worldly influences are seen in the color palettes, patterns, motifs and materials native to Morocco. Each Moroccan touch is incorporated into streetwear staples such as printed tees, bomber jackets, cotton rain coats, jogger pants and cropped shorts. The North African impressions are essentially updated for contemporary streetwear culture and its key audience.
The Amsterdam-based company has really hit it out of the park with its Spring/Summer 2015 collection, which is rich in culture and history that streetwear enthusiasts are sure to appreciate.
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