nonnative 2016 Fall/Winter Lookbook

Drab military greens, hi-vis orange and clashing tartans.

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Japanese cult favorite, nonnative, has returned with visuals for its fall/winter 2016 collection. The run includes plenty of essentials that are geared for layering and weathering the elements: hi-vis parkas, tartan topcoats and an infinity scarf make perfect selections for the colder months in any major metropolis. Drab military greens, double denim and clashing flannel and tartan showcase the brand’s penchant for ensemble looks, while the cyan overcoat proves that nonnative still have plenty of statement pieces to offer.

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