Famed for its photographic collections, British leisurewear label Orlebar Brown has taken to the skies to capture the prints for its latest line.
The new ‘Satellite Photography’ collection utilises aerial shots of rivers, roads, mountains and cityscapes from the Earth Observatory Project to create “surreal and exciting” prints, according to the brand.
Imagery of Abu Dhabi’s crystal clear waters and infamous Ferrari World, Alaska’s Malasapina Glacier and Kansas’ Garden City crop circles have been applied to the brand’s signature Bulldog swim shorts, T-shirts and Collins lightweight jacket, marking the first time the outerwear style has been produced in an all-over print.
Its latest travel-inspired line comes hot off the back of a collaboration with Emilio Pucci in March and Condé Nast Traveller in October of last year, while the 2007-born label has also worked with the likes of Jon Frank and Konstantin Kakanias in the past.
The Orlebar Brown Satellite Photography collection is available online now, with prices ranging from £75 for T-shirts to £245 for outerwear.