Parisian running label Satisfy has headed to Italy for its latest drop, taking inspiration from Sicily's Mount Etna. Dubbed "ALTA," the capsule sees classic Satisfy motifs reworked to reference the landscape around the fabled volcano.
Pieces in the collection sport Satisfy's "Running Cult Member" and "Death Valley Cross Country" graphics, but come in a color palette drawn from the minerals, rock and earth in the volcanic terrain. Elsewhere, the label uses its AuraLite fabric in various tees, while a MothTech T-shirt features a tie-dye spiral formation and a Space-O race kit arrives in an earthen red color.
To launch the collection, Satisfy has worked with runners and creatives from the local area. Together, they climbed Mount Etna for the campaign, showing that running can take place anywhere, even when surrounded by molten lava.
The "ALTA" collection is set to release via the Satisfy web store on May 26.
In other fashion news, U.K.-based label Café-Mountain recently launched a Summer of Love-inspired collection.
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