Evoking tranquility and invigoration all at once, this Forest colorway signifies interconnectedness of ecosystems and growth.

Borrowing inspiration from art and our surroundings, these visual elements capture the essence of Forest.

The Maison De Verre (House of Glass) in Paris

One of the most iconic houses in Paris since 1932, the House of Glass is known for its combination of industrial architecture and metal craftsmanship. The famed illuminated box stands out due to the stripped down architectural steel. 

Chungking Express (1994)

A renowned Hong Kong Second Wave filmmaker, Wong Kar-wai is known for his distinct ‘smudge-motion’ style, in which colors blur into each other. In Chungking Express, he melds deep greens and blues to emphasize the melodrama of the story. 

Batad Rice Fields, Banaue, Philippines

More than 2,000 years ago, the Ifugao people carved out surrounding hills to form the first rice terraces in Batad. They have since been built upon generation after generation, forming a majestic amphitheater — a grand feat in ancient engineering. 

Atonement (2007)

Atonement is a romantic period drama set to the backdrop of World War II. Spanning three different eras, the film handles its stylistic shifts with ease, using lush greens and pastels to bring vivid summer scenes to life. 

Le Carrefour de Malabry by Henri Matisse

French artist Henri Matisse is regarded as one of the greatest colorists of the 20th century, often drawing inspiration from his surroundings. Landscape was his favorite motif, describing it as “a mediation on nature, on the expression of a dream inspired by reality.”