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"All the news of the Double Goose Brand"

The Journal

Zürich | Monday | 28.09.20
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Double Goose collection 19/20

New Collection
Year 2019/20
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For the Fall Winter 2019/20, the Double Goose collection continues to develop with new styles in high-end materials, in addition to its staple line of calf leather down jackets. This season sees the brand coming back to butter- soft lambskin bombers in a burgundy tone, for a light feel, featuring our classic deta- chable possum fur collar.

After last season’s wool and cashemere bombers, the brand has adopted a new waterproof and water repellent cotton in 2 colorways for the down bombers and coats, augmented by the popular shearling wool collar. This outer- wear piece will satisfy everybody in need of warm and functional weatherproof jackets. No fur, no leather here, but a recognizable Double Goose look nonetheless. The brown corduroy jacket with the white shearling collar takes the brand back to that 80’s look, continuing to broaden the collection.

Now to the new! The appearance of a longer parka featuring a removable hood is an item long anticipated by our fan base. You could almost sleep outside on a winter’s night in this luxurious heavyweight coat… that includes pockets, pockets and more pockets!

Last but not least, Double Goose is really proud to reintroduce its down flight-jacket! Down-lined, made of a thick „bubble“ lamb- skin leather with a detachable possum collar and featuring a front flap, zip and hand-warmer pockets; bringing a totally new look to the line while adhering to warmth and comfort. As in every season, the Black Series – versions of all of the styles in premium black calfskin – is a continuing line, keeping the classics of the brand alive.

New projects, new creative challenges, new friends and new territories are coming to the Double Goose world for next winter, looking to the future with further innovations while stay- ing true to its heritage.

This season we chose to work with the Zürich based artist Naum Hirsl. His works, mostly shot on 35mm analog film, are comprised of real life portraits of his entourage combined with architectural shots of Zürich . This series was shot in an industrial seventies suburb of Zürich on a cold and snowy Sunday.

CREDITS
Photos: Naum Hirsl
Models : Tim Quadroni and Nico from Swiss rap act “Meebrixx”