Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
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Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn
Daily Paper FW19 campaign
Daily Paper / Florian Joahn

Daily Paper reclaims its history and presents a new, unified Afrocentric perspective with its FW19 collection. At the core, the seasonal assortment draws inspiration from the cultural aesthetics of Afrofuturism.

Here we get a closer look at Daily Paper FW19 via an official campaign shot by photographer Florian Joahn. Joahn executes a fluidity of textures, fabric, skin, and movement through a collection worn by up-and-coming talent, including Georgia Palmer, NyaLuak Leth, and Ottawa Kwami.

Daily Paper points out that FW19 offers a contemporary view of reality, challenging our existing beliefs of reality, technology, and spirituality. This virtual experience influenced by cosmic energy is teased through pieces such as the purple Reflective Gaduf Puffer Coat and green Galsnake Hoodie. Furthermore, T-shirts feature prints of African artwork and magazine covers, in addition to reimagined variations of the Daily Paper logo.

You can shop Daily Paper’s FW19 collection now at Daily Paper stores, select retailers, and online.

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