Berghaus Unveils “BRGHS//2.22”

BRGHS//2.22 takes technical innovation to new heights

Berghaus have unveiled their latest limited-edition collection, BRGHS//2.22, designed to disrupt the outdoor urban space. Berghaus’ historic involvement in the outdoor world is built upon and furthered with architectural influences that touch on the importance of urban protection.

For creative direction, Berghaus have teamed up with Orienteer Mapazine, where the future-bound capsule is taken to the solid concrete of the Barbican Centre and Moorgate’s backstreets. Here, London provides a distinct background for the campaign, where the iconic brutalism creates a canvas that complements the design language of various new and sharp silhouettes. 

“Ground-breaking new materials and visible tech give rise to a collection infinite in possibilities and loaded with performance-driven design for city living” declares Berghaus. 

Berghaus’ link up with Orienteer seems a solid choice given both of their credentials: Berghaus carries the torch for outdoor heritage, while Orienteer Mapazine’s influence on the modern outdoor scene can’t be underestimated. Together they form the foundations for a new, aligned direction, embracing the traditional outdoor zones as well as the cold concrete of modernity. 

The collection revolves around innovative materials and technical influences. Stand out pieces are the Pygar jacket, an oversized waterproof made with Berghaus’ in-house Hydroshell® technology and complemented with patchwork monotone colour schemes. The Agorax Long GTX jacket reaches out to GORE-TEX Paclite for its waterproof and breathable tech. 

Stand out womenswear pieces include the Nielson Long jacket which combines modern functionality and tech with an elegant length and flow. 

All the items, and more information, are available at Berghaus. 

Images shot by Rory Griffin and styled by Jack West.

View Berghaus’ BRGHS//2.22 Here.

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