Finale 2007 Fall Collection

For Vancouver based Finale, they approached this season’s collection with a goal in mind to focus on qualities and details often overlooked. Their hope is to push the brand in new directions and expand their current hip-hop demographic. Some of the top designs include a collaboration with Vancouver bike shop Super Champion, Start of your Ending, Losing My Religion and Stiletto. Current stockists of the Finale 2007 Fall Collection can be seen here. Image: HYPEBEAST  

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For Vancouver based Finale, they approached this season’s collection with a goal in mind to focus on qualities and details often overlooked. Their hope is to push the brand in new directions and expand their current hip-hop demographic. Some of the top designs include a collaboration with Vancouver bike shop Super Champion, Start of your Ending, Losing My Religion and Stiletto. Current stockists of the Finale 2007 Fall Collection can be seen here.

Image: HYPEBEAST

 

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