Amsterdam-based label Daily Paper releases the images of the first part of their Spring/Summer 2015 collection. For the lookbook the label traveled to Morocco, the country that served as the main inspiration for the collection. The range draws inspiration from the culture, colors and fabrics of the Moroccan people. The first chapter of the collection is mainly focused on the color palettes used by the Moroccan people and their use of fabrics, while the second chapter shows influences from ancient and modern Berber tribe elements. The collection is an ode to North African culture and is filled with well-tailored staples such as allover print T-shirts, nylon vests, classic bomber jackets, cotton rain coats, and allover embroidered jogger pants. The first chapter in Daily Paper's Spring/Summer 2015 collection will be available online and at select retailers beginning January 31.

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