artica-arbox, the brand created by Irene Roth and former YEEZY CEO Cristiano Minchio, is launching its second collection. The FW19 drop is all about duality, inspired by an older couple observing young love while walking in a park. Warm earth tones are paired with striking royal hues, cotton is used alongside leather, and the cuts mix unexpected lines with comfort.

"It’s really about taking two antithetical ideas and finding ways to harmonize them," Roth said in a press release. The unisex collection includes puffers, jumpsuits, and light layers. One of the standouts is the cut-off turquoise puffer, which is sure to stand out in the dreary months of winter. Each piece was handcrafted in Italy.

Look for the collection to hit select retailers in Europe, North America, and Asia.

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