It’s here! Heliot Emil’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection have landed. The collection was inspired by pilots, well more by their training. As part of their training, the pilots are shown a flashing image of an aeroplane at 1/220th of a second and have to identify it. According to Heliot Emil, the highest record during one of these tests was 1/310th of a second, giving the FW19 collection its name “311 FPS.”
The collection plays on the idea of what can and cannot be seen, interpreted by designer Julius Juul, featuring subtle black-on-black details on the technical wear, and design elements that can only be noticed when viewed from certain angles else they will be invisible.