British leisurewear brand Orlebar Brown has enlisted Italian artist Marcello Morandini as its latest collaborative partner, transferring a range of his monochrome designs onto its signature summer pieces.

A master of manipulating perspective across sculptures, ceramics and architecture, Morandini brings some of his visual illusions to select Orlebar Brown staples, including the Bulldog and Setter shorts.

Each striking pattern sticks to a simple monochrome palette and features bold geometric shapes, putting a modernist twist on the London-based label’s sharp and versatile pieces.

In addition to four shorts styles and a T-shirt design, customers can also play with Morandini’s designs to create their own custom 3D printed keyring using a dedicated online app. Users can then collect their keyring from any of Orlebar Brown’s five London stores, giving them their own unique keepsake from the project.

This latest team-up for Orlebar Brown comes hot on the heels of collaborations with high-end labels Emilio Pucci and Gieves & Hawkes, marking an exciting six month period for the brand.

Check out the Orlebar Brown x Marcello Morandini collection online now, with prices starting at £75 for a printed T-shirt.

Orlebar Brown x Marcello Morandini Collection