Last week, the founders of Danish menswear label Soulland, Silas Adler and Jacob Kamp Berliner, invited i-D to Copenhagen to present an autumn/winter 14 collection inspired by the moon and stars. We asked Silas to give us a top five of his favourite pieces.
"The Oxford button-down shirt featuring artwork created by small pieces of tinfoil is a new and fun take on a wardrobe staple and adds an understated reference to the space theme. While I was working on the collection I was inspired by 2001: A Space Odyssey by Stanley Kubrick from 1968. Recognised as one of the most influential films ever made, its intention was to create as accurate a depiction of the future as was possible at the time. They might not use tinfoil as a props in the movie, but I think the idea of using tinfoil as artwork suits the aesthetics of the film."