One blissful day in the sun serves as the backdrop to Parajumpers’ SS23 collection.
The feel of sun-warmed skin. The smell of ripened grass. The gentle hum of insects. A single bright, perfect spring day sets the scene for Parajumpers’ collaboration with The Greatest.

A celebration of the joy, creativity and spontaneity that informs the Parajumpers SS23 collection, this project is an encapsulation of the brand’s commitment to working in harmony with nature.
Cloudless skies and delicate, golden light provide the inspiration for the soft, garment-dyed hues of blue, green and sand found across the range. These are shades that evoke spring: the vibrant colours of flowers in bloom placed alongside muted, earthy tones. The materials used for the garments continue this conversation with the surrounding environment – think soft lambskin suede, plant-derived fibres and recycled nylon.
The editorial sees iconic Parajumpers’ garments playfully reinterpreted for the warmer months. It’s a sensibility seen in garments such as Todd, a lambskin suede jacket that offers an update on the classic denim jacket, and the Gobi Spring, an effortlessly wearable bomber jacket. Their vivid, organic tones make them the ideal light layers for sun-drenched spring days.
The natural landscape is the muse elsewhere in the collection, from the relaxed vitality and hard-wearing practicality of the Greentech and Fire Reloaded. It’s also emphasised in the abstract print of the Outback Kore PR, which features an abstract print that draws on the beauty of light glittering on water. And designed to be mixed and matched, the summery ambience of the Urban Search and Rescue Uniform series is displayed in the breezy tones and lightweight, airy fabrics of the garments: cotton ripstop and peach nylon poplin.
For that blissful feel of sunlight on bare limbs, the Walton shorts, Rescue Polo and Mojave T-Shirt are essential – simply pull on and enjoy the first rays of summer.
At the centre of this editorial is a sense of sun-drenched happiness. It’s time spent dreaming under wide-open skies, stretched out in the hazy, ethereal light of late spring. It’s inspired by nature, and ready for you.
"PHOTOGRAPHER: Gaia Bonanomi
MODELS: Maib Diop at D’Management and Moshe Falade at Tank Agency
GROOMING: Andrea Severino Sailis at Blend Management
CASTING: Isadora Banaudi
FASHION ASSISTANTS: Roberto Strumolo and Martina Roversi