Raised by Wolves Unveils Its 2016 Fall/Winter Lookbook

Cold weather options from Canada.

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Canadian brand Raised by Wolves revealed its Fall/Winter 2016 offerings with a new lookbook that focuses on looks for the colder months ahead. The collection features a zippered flannel, tees, hoodies, sweaters, and an assortment of headwear options offered in bright and bold colors that make the collection stand out. Check out the lookbook above and look out for it to become available at Raised by Wolves at 12 p.m. EDT September 20.

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