Filippa K 2008 Fall/Winter - October Releases

Swedish fashion label Filippa K offers some new items from their 2008 fall/winter collection.

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Swedish fashion label Filippa K offers some new items from their 2008 fall/winter collection. The Stockholm based label founded by designer Filippa Knutsson in 1993 creates some of the countries more sophisticated styles for both women and menswear. Oak NY has just received some of their October garments including classic striped button shirts and field jacket alongside silk ties and a set of leather gloves.

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