The North Face and Sacai collaborate on new collection for Dover Street Market

The two brands debuted pieces from their collaboration during Paris fashion week in January. Now, the full collection will finally be available at Dover Street Market starting Saturday.


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The North Face, which is owned by VF Corp, continues to increase its fashion cred with the release of its first collaboration with Japanese brand Sacai. The launch is a collection of men’s and women’s outdoor apparel, with a mix of parkas, bomber coats, beanies and t-shirts.
 
The Sacai collection is pricier than The North Face’s typical output. Prices range from $200 for a fur-topped beanie to $925 for a puffy bomber jacket. All of the pieces, from the pants to t-shirts, incorporate The North Face’s logo, with the color palette limited to black, white and olive.
 
In July, The North Face announced a similarly fashion-forward collection in collaboration with Junya Watanabe, also sold at Dover Street Market. The collection offered bold twists on the American outerwear brand’s familiar coats and parkas.
 
Sacai is also one of the brands to participate in a residency with Colette before the Parisian concept store closes in December. The Japanese brand will install the Jardin Sacai starting September 4, which will be a curated mix of interior design and apparel, including pieces from The North Face.
 
 
 

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