Pull&Bear updates its Black Label range

Swedish photographer Andreas Larsson, whose work is often seen in the pages of magazines such as Acne Paper, Fantastic Man, Self Service or Dazed&Confused, will return as head photographer for the collection. 

Pull&Bear Black Label, which is aimed at the brand's most cosmopolitan and mature male clientele, is launching its campaign for the new season, going for a sophisticated look with designs which are clean, cutting edge and urban.

Swedish photographer Andreas Larsson, whose work is often seen in the pages of magazines such as Acne Paper, Fantastic Man, Self Service or Dazed&Confused, will return as head photographer for the collection.

Through Larsson's lens, model Isaac Carew is immortalised in a series of simple black and white images taken in Holborn, central London, where the play of light produces natural and modern photographs.

Special qualities such as the cuts and finishes of the wool coats and extra-long bomber jackets stand out among the key items of Pull&Bear Black Label. The collection also features baggy cut-off chinos, along with regular and skinny fit jeans.

Among the season's new items are oversized and extra-long designs, drop-seam fabrics, materials such as cool wool fabrics and clothing with detachable features. Black is the undisputed protagonist in this collection, and is often combined with burgundy and navy. 

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