Danish menswear brand Soulland and London-based Bruta have teamed up for a capsule collection of floral shirts to help you get through the fast approaching winter in some color.

Inspired by the plants and flowers in Soulland creative director Silas Adler's minimalist Copenhagen apartment, the floral pattern is hand designed by Bruta's Arthur Yates.

The orange hues found in the capsule take inspiration from Peter Doig's brightly coloured paintings.

Check out the duo's lookbook above and then take a look at some detailed product shots below.

Available in navy, white and black, the shirts are now available exclusively in Soulland stores and via the Bruta website.

In other news, Kappa and Opening Ceremony are teaming up for a retro-flavored capsule.

  • Main & Featured Images:Soulland & Bruta
  • In Post Images:Soulland & Bruta

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