The American brand has teamed up with the buzzy NYC-based designer and creative director — whose eponymous label has become known for its stylish suiting, expert tailoring, and minimalist NYFW runways — for a 28-piece capsule collection that launched today. The line blends Banana Republic and Do’s emphasis on high-quality craftsmanship and functionality and is characterized by a neutral color palette.
“For BR x Peter do, we focused on universal pieces designed with an eye towards versatility, wearability, and a timeless point of view,” Do said in a press release. “We both believe in quality and the end goal is to dress people in clothes that they will want to rewear with a feeling of news each time.”
The collaboration features genderless pieces inspired by classic Banana Republic silhouettes, like a pleated trench coat that detaches at the neck to transform into a vest dress, tailored blazers, tuxedo trousers, and knit sweaters that are perfect for layering. Select items — like oversized tees and silk scarves — feature a monochromatic print of a vintage Brooklyn map or a sketch of a banana.
This marks the first brand collaboration for Peter Do. In May, Do was named creative director of Helmut Lang; he presented his debut collection for the brand at New York Fashion Week last month. Meanwhile, the Peter Do Spring/Summer 2024 collection was presented during Paris Fashion Week, where a small sampling of pieces from the Banana Republic collaboration was revealed.
The Banana Republic x Peter Do capsule collection is available to shop online now, as well as in select stores, with prices ranging from $100 to $1,200.
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