Moose Knuckles Drops Evocative Campaign Celebrating New Bunny Hoodies and Sherpa Jackets

Moose Knuckles Drops Evocative Campaign Celebrating New Bunny Hoodies and Sherpa Jackets

Moose Knuckles Drops Evocative Campaign Celebrating New Bunny Hoodies and Sherpa Jackets

Finally, what lay with much suspense, the label introduces their latest arrival of their bestselling Bunny hoodie and nine new sherpa jackets.

Finally, what lay with much suspense, the label introduces their latest arrival of their bestselling Bunny hoodie and nine new sherpa jackets.

Text: Maddie Street

The long-standing Canadian fashion house Moose Knuckles celebrates the release of their acclaimed Bunny hoodies and seasonal sherpa jackets with the launch of their latest evocative campaign. Found within their contemporary Fall Winter 2022 collection, these newly updated garments feature refined designs, quality sourced fabric, and elevated comfort, reflective of the brand's essence.

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And finally, with much suspense, the label introduces its newest arrivals consisting of fourteen Bunny hoodies for adults and kids and nine sherpa jackets in an array of fresh silhouettes and colors. The collection’s plush and oversized pieces allow the Bunny hoodie to take precedent as fall’s must-have protective layer. Since 1921, Moose Knuckles has centered their initiative around protecting Canadians from the cold – a relentless quest that founded Moose Knuckles Canada in 2009. Built around the belief that they could construct the leanest, toughest, and most luxurious sportswear in the world, they have quickly become identified as an exceptional outerwear brand available across the globe.

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Shot through the lens of acclaimed photographer Luis Alberto Rodriguez and styled by fashion editor and stylist Carlos Nazario, depictions of an early ’90s-inspired fantasy ponders what cozy means for creatives on the streets. Posing at the forefront of the campaign is infamous R&B singer Kaash Paige, skateboarder Lil Dre and (Carine Roitfeld discovered) model Jaychelle, as part of the label’s ‘Heatmakers’ initiative to spotlight rising talent within the community.

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Credits: Images Courtesy of Moose Knuckles Photographed by Luis Alberto Rodriguez Styled by Carlos Nazario

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