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Again drawing inspiration from the serene trails of Yosemite National Park, THE NORTH FACE White Label introduces its Fall/Winter 2014 collection. The brand opted for a casual hiking aesthetic this time around, executing an array of quilted parkas and sherpa-lined vests while also recruiting the renowned Harris Tweed to create a range of woven pieces. The versatile collection includes the spectrum of cool weather garb: heavy-duty down jackets are detailed with clean ‘ranger’ badges, yet quilted camouflage shorts are paired with tights to offer warmth during outdoor exercise. Despite being influenced by the American outbacks, stateside audiences will be disappointed to know that this collection is specific to South Korea – but is currently arriving on White Label’s website.

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