Unisex reversible vest with fixed hood manufactured in a mat fabric. Starting from the brand's historical archive, the American artist Joshua Vides focused on best-selling garments by intervening with his recognizable pictorial stroke. The design of the sleeveless, quilted, oversized, white down jacket is underscored by the unmistakable black brushstroke that mimics its features. Turned over, the garment becomes total black and without quilting. On the back, in a graphically revised form, is the blow-up of the very first logo from 1923. A decidedly avant-garde garment that underscores the deep connection between past, present and future that led to the creation of a collaboration starting from the brand's historical archive.