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Save the Duck presents the second luxury capsule collection created in collaboration with Dyne, the brand founded by the US creative director Christopher Bevans, born and raised in New York.
Save the Duck, the animal-friendly outwear brand, presents a special capsule collection dedicated to the most famous ducks in the world, Donald Duck and his fiancée Daisy Duck.
Save the Duck, follows up the successful collaboration with Christopher Raeburn, by introducing for AW18-19, the luxury capsule collection of Dyne for Save the Duck, designed by Christopher Bevans, one of the top talents from the US sport and streetwear scene. Christopher Bevans founded Dyne following on from key positions with Nike, Billionaire Boys Club and Kanye West.
Continuing on the success of last season’s first collaboration and ‘RECYCLE’ project, Save the Duck teams up once again with award-winning British designer Christopher Ræburn to collaborate on a second luxury capsule collection for SS18.
The new Save the Duck collection dedicated a jacket in the men’s, women’s and junior lines to the most famous ducks in the word: Donald Duck and his eternal girlfriend Daisy Duck.
Christopher Raeburn is the creator of the first luxury capsule collection for Save the Duck AW 2017.
SAVE THE DUCK, the ECO-FRIENDLY AND “100% ANIMAL FREE” outerwear brand, celebrated WWF Italy’s 50th anniversary by designing a vast and colourful “special edition” collection in 50 shades, each one representing an endangered animal and/or a natural habitat.
On the occasion of the 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, hosted in Paris from 30 November to 11 December 2015, Save the Duck produced a limited edition of its iconic jacket for Oxfam in Italy, exclusively available online.
Save the Duck presented one of Pitti's most exclusive events.