The Artillerylane SS15 collection is inspired by the sulfur mines and their captivating variations of lines and colours. 12 light jacquard patterns, developed with the graphic designer Marco Antonini, were designed to create an unconventional accessory, reinterpreting the sulfur mines’ shapes and colours to forge the three designs, chosen together with the designer Elisa Biroli, for the scarf collection.


Bright colours and sharp contrasts come to life even in the smallest detail of the leather goods, now comprised of a newer, broader and better keychain and accessory collection. The two chosen colours, developed on two very different hides, are combined through the contrast between the rivets and the differently dyed hems, creating the two matches Cognac Brown / Yellow and Dove-Grey / Turquoise Green. The same contrasts can be found in the improved wallet collection, notably broadened to offer accessories that can easily hold a smartphone, cards and bills, all in one place. Finally, ARTILLERYLANE’s latest product is the tie collection: two designs which reinterpret, through textures and colours, the very concept of tie in a less formal way, offering the characteristic colours of the “sulfur mines” theme to create a tasteful yet easy to wear accessory.

SS15 collection has been presented at Bread and Butter in Berlin.






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Jared Thompson
Co-editor and writer for Indie Minded since its launch and under its previous guise of The Tee Gazette. I also run popular design blog Design Juices.