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Finding inspiration in the balance between man-made and natural environments, Vince releases its Spring 2022 collection.

More specifically, the brand was drawn to Arizona’s Arcosanti, a city that was built in 1970 by the late Italian architect Paolo Soleri. Here, in theory, humanity lives alongside the natural world as the city is built on the efficiency of its layout.

Much of these ideas concerning the intentionality behind construction are manifested throughout Vince’s latest collection as the brand muses on nature's design.

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Exuding an overall feeling of freedom, the collection is defined by its roomy silhouettes and utilitarian construction. Offering linen popovers, cashmere crewnecks, and twill chore coats, Vince’s SS22 proves to be both comfortable and highly functional, all while still keeping a modern edge. This juxtaposition is achieved through subtle details including a reinforced suede placket on the Twill Parka and its cotton crewneck's arrow stitch texture.

Using shades directly taken from natural habitats, specifically throughout the Western US, pieces come in sagebrush, yucca pine, feather-grass, and red earth, to name a few, but its nature-inspired visualizations don’t end there. Other standouts in the collection include its Pima cotton pieces that are striped and patterned to make matching sets in hues that mimic dusty sunsets and blue skies.

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Of course, no collection would be complete without the necessary footwear — and Vince has you covered from the beach to the streets. Capping off the collection, the brand releases leather and suede sandals alongside rubber-soled moccasin-style shoes in black, brown, and grey.

With pieces as stylish as they are sturdy, this latest collection proves to be made for a life beyond just survival. Shop Vince’s latest collection at www.vince.com.

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