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Christian L’enfant Roi presents its Fall/Winter 2014 collection with a new lookbook. Inspired by the canceled Sapporo Olympics of 1940, the lineup fuses the aesthetics of both the soldier and the athlete. Featuring relaxed draping cuts, the collection consists of a variety of military uniform-influenced items with a few overlapping jackets inspired by kimonos. Given the period, the colors are understandably muted with the palette blending shades of tan and grey leaving dark indigo as the sole accent color. However, a bit of contrast is injected into the collection thanks to colorful custom prints by Pier Yves Larouche. Check out the lookbook above and let us know what you think.

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