FALL WINTER F/W 2021 CAMPAIGN

The Animals Observatory is pleased to present its Fall/Winter 2021 collection brought to you by Laia Aguilar and her never-ending fountain of inspirations. As the designer says herself “there’s never really a common thread in my collections, they are an eclectic collection of the different inputs receive constantly”. Dip in and see what you can find… the effortlessly chic style of Charlotte Rampling, a splash of Martin Parr’s color, Gio Ponti’s design approach, prints that are reminiscent of Alfred Jensen and tie-dye 80’s nostalgia.

Combining neutral earth tones and primary colors with silhouettes that are staples of The Animals Observatory. As versatile as it is wearable. Feeling soft or shiny Fabrics play a big part with eye-catching items made of shiny, shimmery fabric or soft, furry faux-fur. Practicality is paramount for autumn, our puffer jacket made of water-proof fabric with high thermal insulation is the layer you need for the colder seasons. Welcome fall/winter with open arms in this cozy collection that is made to be layered and loved.

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SPRING SUMMER S/S 2021 CAMPAIGN

The Animals Observatory is pleased to present its Spring/Summer 2021 collection designed by Laia Aguilar. Combining a more muted palette with vibrant oranges and yellows, alongside neutral colors that make for that always easy wearability. Summer is for easy, breezy days, in light, airy fabrics such as organza and tulle and simple and comfortable silhouettes. For the next season the brand incorpores a new capsule inspired by soccer outfits and bringing them into our everyday wardrobe.

The Creative Director of the brand, Laia Aguilar, drew inspiration from pop art, graphic design from the 70s and 80s, Slim Aarons pictures, New York graffiti and Keith Haring. These inspirations can be seen through those bright, daring colors and those out of the box shapes replicated in this eclectic collection. And just what Spring/Summer 2021 season needs… a little sense of humor! With princess dresses straight out of a Cecil Beaton painting, a twist on Danish clogs and those unforgettably elegant vintage tennis and soccer looks from the 80s.

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