EASTLOGUE's functional design approach serves to explore multiple facets of nature in the unveiling of its Spring/Summer 2022 collection titled "Phrases."

The last we saw of EASTLOGUE, the Korean brand had coupled its functional aesthetics with New Balance's sportswear expertise to deliver the "Hiking Club" collection, a natural follow up to their 2020 military-inspired partnership, "Rigger Made."

2022 offers up a direction that takes a slight detour from the brand's typically military-heavy themes in favor of a sportswear niche – fishing and hunting.

The brand's military foundations aren't voided altogether, instead, they serve as a base for the exploration of new themes, which are broken down into three "Phrases." These phrases are conceptualized as geographical locations; a flower garden, the beach at night, and the abstract "covered in shells."

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Relaxed fitting styles remain the center point of the delivery, with denim, cargos, chinos, and shorts all free of form-fitting for a sharp focus on silhouette. True to past collections, pants come in a select palette of green, navy, and black for ultra-wearability.

As you'd expect of the seasonal shift, outerwear is less drastic than the function-heavy than the down and GORE-TEX-equipped pieces that formed the bulk of the recent NB collaboration. Styles are expectedly lighter and transitional, seemingly inspired by tactile fisherman vests and hunting khakis.

Palette-wise, the collection remains rooted in a core of black, blue, and green, though take on much paler hues in comparison to AW21. Greys, in particular, have a distinctive metallic(ish) finish, while greens range from rich limes to olive drab.

For more on EASTLOGUE Spring/Summer 2022, head over to the brand's online store.

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