After teaming up with Flock Collective for Fall/Winter 2020 and Orienteer Magazine for Spring/Summer 2021, Berghaus returns alongside vintage retailer Duke’s Cupboard for the fifth instalment of its archive-inspired Dean Street collection.
Founded by Ned Membery and Milo Harley in 2012, Duke’s Cupboard has become one of London’s go-to destinations for vintage apparel, opening the doors to its Soho store back in 2017. Now, partnering with Berghaus for FW21, the duo celebrate Dean Street’s past, present and future, and delve into the brand’s rich back-catalogue of design.
From November 10, Duke’s Cupboard’s Soho store will be turned into a Berghaus time capsule, with the duo helping hand-select a number of archival Berghaus items for display. The archive will merge the old and new, celebrating the brand’s rich heritage and long history of innovative products that went on to shape the outdoor fashion scene.
The latest Dean Street collection itself is an alpine adventure, comprising cool-toned tie-dye, heritage prints and mountainous motifs, drawn together on an icy palette reminiscent of an Arctic dawn and punctuated by deep forest greens. Realised on traditional Berghaus styles, the collection comprises everything from outerwear and fleeces, to sweats and hoodies.
The full Berghaus Dean Street collection is available to buy now from the brand’s online webstore and Oi Polloi. The Duke’s Cupboard store can be found at: 14 Ingestre Place, London, W1F 0JQ.
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