Arys has made quite a name since its beginnings in 2014.
Started by industry newcomers as a response to the wasteful fashion industry.
They started with multifunctional tracksuits but soon moved on to design collections with a focus on minimalist and timeless design, high function and sophisticated features.
Not surprising that over the years the brand gained a following not only in their native country, but also in Japan, Korea and the US.
For their F/W collection the brand now introduces a new look or better said gives you a glimpse into “the wardrobe for the future“.
Arys does not look back on heritage, but is already planing the tradition of tomorrow.
A tomorrow that is not only limited to the city but far beyond.
But still everyday gear due to the universal classic designs.
The most recent collection is another step from Arys’ humble beginnings as an upcoming Berlin-based label to the front row of today’s high-end tech wear circle. It is actually not just a step – they have arrived.
The designers took their inspiration by studying the sleek and purist architecture of today’s metropolises.
What does that exactly mean?
Throughout the collection you will find technically-designed cores concealed by reduced lines and minimalistic cuts.
The color palette ranges from their signature color Raven, which was inspired by the “reflection of a gloomy winter sky on the glass facade of a skyscraper“ to colors like Grey-Green and Sea Ice. Colors to be found in every pulsating city center. Everything at Arys is thought-through.
Let’s talk about the pieces in general.
Spearheads of the collection are three new seam-sealed jackets made from 2- and 3-layers of recycled nylon with a suede appearance.
Everything is water- and windproof, but of course still breathable with every piece equipped with unexpected features.
What kind of unexpected features? An integrated shopping bag or purse for example.
Complemented is this selection by padded coats, puffer pants and ultralight vests.
Like the brand in general the pieces evolved from season to season, therefore we now find 100% recycled polyester shells, padding and lining.
Not just limited to outerwear you will also find a long-sleeved shirts, a zip-up overshirt and a lightly padded jumper.
These pieces are all made from stretchy recycled nylon and the brand’s organic cotton lounge wear line btw.
Even though every piece can easily stand for itself, everything can be combined and layered among each other. And every single garment is made to find a place in the buyers wardrobe for many years to come.
Arys is inspired by the city and they even used the opportunity of their most recent shooting to give a nod to Tokyo’s soon to be demolished Capsule Tower.
This Berlin-native brand is already far more than that – native to every city and it’s life itself.