The Woolen Mills Fall Winter 2009-2010 collection will be presented at the Galleria Lorenzelli during an exhibition of the artist Peter Blake. Woolen Mills again bonds with art in the event An Outdoor Concept.” After showcasing with the great photographers Larry Fink and Bill Owens, this time Woolen Mills will partner with Peter Blake one of the most important British POP artists and an acute observer of contemporary society, of which he has interpreted some of the highlights, representing the most pure essence and making them into timeless icons.
Daiki Suzuki, the Woolen Mills Prime Line designer for Woolrich takes inspiration from the original Woolrich brand to create next winters pieces reflecting perfectly on hunting and fishing, and creating pieces that are straightforward and elegant at the same time; timeless icons in their beauty and simplicity.
Taking inspiration from vintage pieces, Daiki Suzuki has recreated the red and black check typical to the brand, and created a new variant in olive green and black with a 1930’s and 40’s wearability as in the Upland Jacket, the iconic piece in the Woolen Mills collections.
All the fabrics used in the collection are typically American and were chosen after a look into the Pennyslvanian Woolrich archives and seeing historical pieces such as the brands iconic Field Jacket and Fishing Jacket.