When two pioneers come together, the result is nothing short of history in the making. Aigle, the leader in outdoor fashion, has teamed up with the iconic Centre Pompidou, the renowned modern and contemporary art museum, to create a truly unique collaboration.
This partnership, which marks the second step in a two-year journey highlighting fashion and sustainability, sees the two brands blend style and abstract art in a way never seen before.
The Aigle x Centre Pompidou capsule collection takes inspiration from Piet Mondrian’s colorful lines in his masterpiece “New York City” (1942), which is part of the Centre Pompidou’s extensive collection. The co-founders of Études Studio and artistic directors of Aigle, Aurélien Arbet, Jérémie Egry, and José Lamali, were struck by Mondrian’s modernity and the painting’s vibrant lines that echoed the architecture of the museum building.
The 89% eco-designed collection includes MTD Fishtail parkas, available in short or long versions, made from recycled polyester and featuring adjustable hoods and waist cords for optimal comfort. The collection also features organic cotton hoodies, printed jersey t-shirts, and asymmetrical pleated skirts, all made from recycled polyester. To complete the look, the eco-friendly linen scarf and printed cap serve as wearable art pieces for the summer months.
The iconic Aigle boots, made in France, have also received the Mondrian treatment, adding a pop of color to rainy days. Both adult and children’s models are available, offering the perfect balance of style and function for exploring exhibitions or simply walking through the city.
This collaboration is proof that fashion and sustainability can go hand in hand with art and culture, and that there are no boundaries to what can be achieved when two pioneers come together.
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The Aigle x Centre Pompidou collection will be available starting April 14th, with prices ranging from €60 to €185 for clothing and accessories, €340 to €420 for parkas, and €55 to €175 for boots.
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