Moose Knuckles x Eckhaus Latta release a second capsule collection
Canadian outerwear label Moose Knuckles has once again teamed up with the American fashion brand Eckhaus Latta for a collection of 12 luxury pieces.
Following the success of a creative partnership between the brands that debuted earlier this year, they are partnering up again to present an AW22 collection that combines Eckhaus Latta’s (founded by Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta) designs with Moose Knuckles’ skillful craftsmanship, technical fabrics, and engineering.
Ayal Twik, Chief Marketing Officer, Moose Knuckles, commented: “We are thrilled to continue our collaboration with Mike and Zoe – true visionaries who inspire us with their craft, innovation, dynamic personalities, and respect for the community. We share their ethos, as bold cultural design innovators that strive to push forward fearless yet functionable fashion. Together, we reimagined our classic, iconic Moose Knuckles styles in new and inspiring ways, using techniques we haven’t used before. They’ve really helped us further our artistic and technical exploration in design.”
Consisting of 12 pieces ranging from £575 to £1,575, the collection will be available from 10 November online at Mooseknucklescanada.com and Farfetch.com. It is made up of outerwear garments and everyday staples rendered in a refined, neutral colour palette. Moose Knuckles’ Iconic outerwear silhouettes, such as the bestselling Bunny hoodie and Icon jacket, have been reinterpreted through the Eckhaus Latta contemporary lens. The capsule collection features oversized and exaggerated proportions, adding a dramatic appearance to Moose Knuckles' mainstays. The campaign, shot by Mary Manning and styled by Matt Holmes, compliments the contemporary narrative and appeals to fans of both brands.
Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta, founders of Eckhaus Latta, added: “For our first collaboration with Moose Knuckles, we really enjoyed experimenting creatively in the realm of technical performance. Our second collaboration distorts and reimagines outerwear and separates— this time to protect you from inclement weather, whether in the city or away.”