For the Fall/Winter 2020 season, Daily Paper and the Van Gogh Museum reprise for a second collaboration which sees a selection of legendary Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh’s artwork reinterpreted and reproduced on a collection of winter-ready garments. While the first Daily Paper x Van Gogh Museum explored the subject matter of Van Gogh’s art, for this second collaboration we turn our gaze back upon the artist himself. We hope to inspire and educate a generation by connecting the dots between the old and new. Read the full press release and download the assets below.

The Daily Paper x Van Gogh Museum collection is priced from €70 – €280 and will be available at Daily Paper and Van Gogh Museum online websites, both storefronts, and selected retailers worldwide from October 2, 2020, 12 PM CET.

Collection: Van Gogh’s Body of Work Translated into Winter Garments:

This sophomore capsule sees the evolution of concepts explored in our debut collection, with several of Van Gogh’s most iconic pieces of artwork executed as graphics on street-ready winter outerwear. New silhouettes this season include Daily Paper’s signature puffer jacket adorned with an allover print of the Dutch artist’s The Potato Eaters (1885) alongside some of his floral compositions. Elsewhere, the Daily Paper cold-weather essentials like the reversible bomber jacket, woven beanie and scarf are elevated through the dual-branded logo that is a hallmark of the collaboration. Alongside sportswear staples like tees and hoodies, other highlights include floral printed denim jeans and tote and two-toned split shirting.