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The North Face’s techy capsule is one for the creative soul—the outdoor gear label has turned to CMYK, the palette of the color printer, for inspiration in creating this chic new collection.

CMYK’ is the new black, as the brand’s new range has proven. The series features five timeless staples imbued in the print system’s four pillars: cyan, magenta, yellow, and black.

The ensemble comprises the classic ‘1996 Nuptse Jacket’, ‘1990 Moutain Jacket’, ‘Back to Berkeley’ sneakers, ‘SE’ backpack and ‘New Era 59Fifty Fitted Cap’.

Each item is decked in a purple engineered woven fabric with trippy CMYK textiles.

Preview some pieces and shop the collection over at The North Face.

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Cyan. Magenta. Yellow. Black. The four pillars of the CMYK printing process, and now the foundations of a bold new The North Face collection.

The CMYK Print capsule arrives 01.09. Stay tuned. #NeverStopExploring pic.twitter.com/xZRTx4kLCy

— The North Face EU (@TheNorthFaceEU) August 30, 2018

The North Face icons, like you’ve never seen before. From our modern classic Nupste jacket to the go-anywhere Back-To-Berkeley Redux boots, a selection of your favourite pieces have been reborn with a brand new CMYK palette. #NeverStopExploring

More at https://t.co/pbdiTsxR9b. pic.twitter.com/gafStdMVyh

— The North Face EU (@TheNorthFaceEU) September 1, 2018

Image via The North Face

Image via The North Face

Image via The North Face

[via Highsnobiety, images via The North Face] http://www.designtaxi.com/news/401367/The-North-Face-s-Vibrant-CMYK-Inspired-Collection-Proves-Print-Isn-t-Dead/

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