When the sky turns grey and the raindrops start falling. It’s time to start singing in the rain with our UNIFORM BLOUSON and PANTS. The kit is great for all around protection from the wind and sun and cool summer evenings up North but can also double up as rainwear.
Another practical and functional design that we introduced in our launch collection and has been wildly popular since is the HIKE & BIKE SHIRT. It dries quickly to help control summer heat and humidity. The short-sleeved version is vibrantly colorful with PAPERSKY’s signature sky blue color.
We’re also proud to continue to offer HIKE & BIKE PANTS that use a blend of extremely durable Cordura® nylon and Merino wool yarn to better control your temperature in all climates.
It’s time to step outside or at least open your door and take a peak at the new PAPERSKY WEAR collection.
PAPERSKY 2023SS collection will feature approximately 30 styles, including the “HIKE & BIKE SHIRT”, which was popular in the 2022FW pre-collection, and the “Classic logo T-SHIRT” featuring a graphic of Benjamin Sommerhalder, founder of the Swiss publishing house “Nieves“. and other items will continue to be offered.
Graphics from PAPERSKY’s activities, such as mountains, fish, and bicycles, written by Andreas Samuelsson, continue from the 2022FW pre-collection. Graphics from PAPERSKY’s activities, such as mountains, fish, and bicycles, written by Andreas Samuelsson, continue from the 2022FW pre-collection.Graphics from PAPERSKY’s activities, such as mountains, fish, and bicycles, written by Andreas Samuelsson, continue from the 2022FW pre-collection.。
Also, we have invited blackboard artist CHALKBOY as a guest artist to start a project based on the theme of Japan’s national parks from this 2023SS. CHALKBOY will travel to 34 national parks in Japan and express the spectacular scenery, time, and physical sensations he encountered there in graphic form, which will then be passed through the filter of PAPERSKY to be used in our products. This time, the products spotlighting the four parks visited in “PAPERSKY no.63 KYUSHU” will be developed.