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We are not really one for reinventing the wheel, but as British icon Winston Churchill says “To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often”. Every season at Parka London we celebrate our icon the Parka and develop into the core function and look through each season.
Colour is a very important part of the Parka London brand and our design process, so we are very excited about the new exhibition taking place at the Design Museum. Breathing Colour by Hella Jongerius caused us to question colour and look at it more deeply...
We teamed up with the strong defender of workwear style Clément of Crafted Paris and his girlfriend Victoria, to blend our utilitarian military olive green quilted bomber style jacket with a workwear look. We agree that it makes the perfect outfit for May in Paris. Visit Clément's Instagram page@craftedparis for more insight into creating the perfect workwear look for yourself.
The largest retrospective collection of works in one place in the UK by one of the most recognised and celebrated sculptor, painter and draughtsman, Alberto Giacometti is showing this summer at London’s Tate Modern. Not to be missed!
The history of utilitarian outerwear is rich with shades of green, from the very first military parka and its sage green hue, to the many variations of the colour that we’ve used and loved over the years. Green is definitely a classic for us at Parka London, and it’s going to stay that way. Here is a look at our favourite classic and modern tones we have developed.