The road less traveled. That’s exactly what the brains behind famed Australian label Zanerobe were thinking about when crafting their latest ‘Wanderer’ collection.
Celebrating the maverick wanderers of our time, this capsule collection proffers the same silhouettes that fans of the brand will continue to obsess over, as well as a host of new ones, in a range of fresh colourways to reflect the journey and new horizons ahead.
Fresh styles like the Cropshot and Tracer chinos are tailor-made for roaming, while the introduction of winter fabrics and new colourways like dusty teal, peat, fatigue, and blonde denim in much-loved styles give the pieces new life.
Organic denim washes complete with rips and repairs look a little more ‘lived in’ and a little less ‘brand spanking’.
Highlighting the cooler climate even further are the new wave of outerwear, jackets that are equal parts purposeful as they are stylish. We’re loving the Relaxed Trail Bomber and Boston overcoat as the mercury begins to drop.
Continuously refining their production processes, new methods of pigment dying jersey and layering it with textured knitwear makes Zanerobe both progressive and refined.
Check out the full shoot in the April edition of Remix magazine, or steal a behind-the-scenes look at our Sydney-based shoot with Aussie musician, Tim Commandeur, here.
Credits: Photographer – Klaus Carson, H&MUA – Brook Low, featuring Tim Commandeur and models Charlie Smith & Joseph Gould of IMG Sydney