London-based fashion label Satta unveils its latest offerings for Spring/Summer 2018. The label draws a strong influence from its own founder Joe Lauder. Specifically, from Lauder's past careers working as a gardener and a woodworker. This heritage concept is translated through the silhouettes that surround elements of workwear. There are a range of chore jackets and carpenter trousers in Satta's latest seasonal series.
The workwear-inspired pieces all boast a muted color palette, similar to the aesthetic that Satta often delivers. Some other items from the range incorporate Satta's close relation to the natural world and its spirit -- referenced through graphic t-shirts, shorts, and button ups crafted from hemp materials. The collection's lookbook was shot by Lola Paprocka and Pani Paul and the pieces will be available online at Satta and other select stocklists.
Image Credit: Lola Paprocka and Pani Paul
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