The cult sports brand unexpectedly made their showcase a tribute to Mars One, a non-profit with the goal of establishing a permanent human settlement on Mars in 2027.

On our minds is Björn Borg’s SS16 show, freshly presented at Fashion Week Stockholm. The cult sports brand unexpectedly made their showcase a tribute to Mars One, a non-profit with the goal of establishing a permanent human settlement on Mars in 2027. For the season, head designer James Lee teamed up with Stylist Naomi Itkes to create a show “inspired by the courage vision that drives human innovation forward”. Applying some retro colours and silhouettes from the early days of space travel to modern day high performance fabrics, the collection celebrates what’s in the past and what Mars One can bring to the future of space travel (and human settlement in space). Read more here


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