Lanvin, Maison Margiela and Wooyoungmi Are Highlighted in oki-ni's 2016 Fall/Winter Lookbook

Immaculate styling for those looking to up their wardrobe this coming season.

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In anticipation for the coming 2016 fall/winter season, oki-ni has revealed its latest lookbook featuring pieces from Lanvin, Maison Margiela and Wooyoungmi. All brands mentioned are renowned for their sophisticated take on contemporary clothing and what they’re rolling out in the colder months include sharply tailored outerwear, textured knits, sporty tops and relaxed trousers. The editorial goes for more darker tones that are then contrasted by pops of oranges and earthier hues — a brilliant way to mix up the subdued palettes of the season. Patterns are a little bit more quieter here also to really showcase how streamlined the styled garments are. Take cues from this lookbook for your next wardrobe upgrade.

You can shop the latest oki-ni fall/winter drop here.

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