First featured in our Under the Radar series for upcoming brands, Parisian label Atelier Neutre has lifted the curtain on its SS17 collection. The label describes its latest work as "a synthesis between French tailoring and African aesthetics," which means a juxtaposition of ’40s-style trousers, paisley bandanas, plush fabrics, and a wacky explosion of pattern and color (see that outrageous rainbow-splattered parka in #6?).

If the brand's OTT styling is a bit much for you, then there's plenty of solid options in among all the peacocking — side-striped camo pants, trucker jackets cut from bomber-style nylon shells, denim kimonos, and sleeveless army jackets.

Find out more over at the Atelier Neutre website.

For more new collections, check out the highlights from H&M and KENZO's forthcoming collab.

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