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Daiki Suzuki’s refined eye has his Fall/Winter 2010 Collection encompassing a range of pieces done up with his usual flair and knack for eye-catching patterns and silhouettes. This time around, like much of his previous work, an old American past-time plays a seminal role in the materialization of what will be Suzuki’s final F/W collection for Woolen Mills. The ‘Hunting Noir’ collection is one of his most daring yet, with an array of pieces all dressed up in black and midnight blue and decorated with a variety of plaid patterns. From standouts like a plaid poncho and a Hudson Bay striped knit cardigan to an old Woolen Mills favourite like the Upland Jacket, Suzuki’s ‘Hunting Noir’ collection is a culmination of all his crowning achievements and an expression of his indelible mark on the American heritage movement.