For the launch of its s/s 2024 collection, Save The Duck, the Italian vegan outerwear brand has grown to become an always more complete collection and is celebrating its partnership with Sumba Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides access to clean water to more than 30,000 people on the island of Sumba, Indonesia.
However, Indonesia not only offers the cue to reclaim the water used by the brand, but, with its unique landscapes, is also the inspiration for this season's collection, which will not participate in the June 2023 edition of Pitti Uomo.
The new collection dedicates a wide range of garments for women, especially jackets with new quilting motives in slightly oversized fits, as well as men's pieces declined in similar variations.
In addition, it also presents a new range of lightweight and comfortable raincoats and overcoats in different silhouettes designed to protect against summer rain and wind.
The new series of badges also decorates swimsuits, for the first season also available for women. They are very colorful and decorated with patterns inspired by nature, as well as made of recycled nylon, if single-color, or recycled polyester, for printed versions, with the addition of spandex.
Pro-Tech, the brand's premium high-tech line, curated by Satoshi Yamane, shares the same inspiration as the main collection and presents four men's and four women's models. The Japanese designer reinterprets Save The Duck's raincoats, resulting in a collection dedicated to the more trend-conscious audience and those looking for garments that guarantee high protection performance.
The brand continues its transformation by becoming a total look complete collection by offering a wider apparel selection. Its Smartleisure line, in addition to zip-up sweatshirts and sweatpants, already presented in previous seasons, presents new women's items, including blazers, cropped jackets, over cargo pants, dresses, jumpsuits and skirts.
Athleisure, the brand's sportswear line, also offers a wider selection of cotton garments, increasingly prominent part within the summer offering.
To complete the Save The Duck look, it is also launching a line of modular, lightweight and easy-to-carry bags and accessories made of recycled rip-stop polyester designed for both everyday use and the extra luggage needs of travelers.