To encourage people to view the world with an ever-changing perspective, German leather brand Braun Buffel explores the principle of contrast and creates an infinity of patterns in its latest collection “Micro/Macro” for the Fall/Winter 2021 season.
The “Micro/Macro” collection embraces a “Metamodernism” approach, which sees the classicism of the Italian tradition for leather goods combined with German engineering and architectural innovation to present a range of renewed classics with a rebellion against proportions.
The light-heartedness of the “Micro/Macro” Collection is reflected in the texture and colours of the pieces. The contemporary character of the season is made from a genuine love of reassuring classics, juxtaposed with a passion for modernist furniture design and time-honoured German engineering.
Investigating concepts of reliving the past with tools of the future, the distinctive personalities of each collection shines through to illustrate the paradigm of being predictably unpredictable. Futuristic silhouettes are highlighted with a vibrant colour palette, speaking of the kaleidoscopic awe that is seen through the classicism of traditional Italian craftsmanship fused with architectural innovation.
This Fall/Winter 2021 season, Braun Büffel undoubtedly reflects a shift of mood by putting the joy back into getting dressed. Classic pieces that act as an extension of the past year’s collection are also brought back as part of the ensemble.
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