The North Face Purple Label Available for First Time Ever Outside of Japan

Releasing at The North Face Prototype Store in New York next week
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The North Face Purple Label will be available outside of Japan for the first time ever on January 23. This historic occasion will take place at The North Face Prototype Store in Williamsburg, New York.

Headed by Eiichiro Homma, The North Face Purple Label is made possible by Homma's brand nanamica and features the same aesthetic that has a worldwide cult following. Usually slimmer in cut, this selection has been resized for "Western sizing."

This historic release will be done in two drops, the first taking place on January 23 and the second on February 6. For the first release, winter parkas and luggage will release. During the second drop, lighter spring styles will release along with the collaboration with Spike Jonze.

The only way to shop the collection will be to reserve a spot on the Copdate app and to follow The North Face. Each style is limited to one per person and each customer may purchase two items. You can take a look at The North Face Purple Label Spring/Summer 2019 lookbook in full while you wait.

Release Date: 1/23/19 (Wednesday) - Drop 1

Prices:
Polyester Ripstop Sierra Parka - $680
65/35 Long Serow - $850
65/35 Mountain Short Down Parka - $680
Down Muffler - $120
Medium Day Pack - $180
3Way Duffel Bag - $220
Fanny Pack - $100
2Way Day Pack - $170

Release Date: 2/6/19 (Wednesday) - Drop 2

Prices:
65/35 Mountain Parka - $390
65/35 Hooded Sierra Down Vest - $470
Field Denali Jacket - $370
Field Denali Coat - $400
Light Denim B/D Shirt - $250
Polyester Ripstop Mountain Wind Parka - $300
Ripstop Mountain Wind Pants - $240
Polyester Corduroy Shoulder Bag - $65
The North Face Purple Label x Spike Jonze 3Way Bag - $450
The North Face Purple Label x Spike Jonze Shuttle Roller - $590