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In a departure from their typically colorful and striking collections of the past, here Agi & Sam present a pensive, somewhat serious lookbook for their Fall/Winter 2014 collection. The “Watu Nguvu” (which translates to “people power” in Swahili) lookbook, inspired by a recent residency with the Maasai people of Kenya, represents a more serious look for the sweethearts of English fashion. Here we find the brand concentrating on reworked silhouettes, offering puffed nylon vests, sleek yet extended button-ups and oversized trousers, operating under the idea of “tribal workwear.” Enjoy this look at Agi & Sam’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection, arriving at retailers in the coming months.

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