Monitaly Shares Its Monochrome-Heavy Fall/Winter 2017 Collection Lookbook

Another impressive showing from designer Yuki Matsuda.

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After unveiling a few bright pieces last season, designer Yuki Matsuda of Yuketen has returned to show off the latest offerings from Monitaly‘s 2017 Fall/Winter collection. This time around, Matsuda chose to ditch the patterns in favor of solid colors across the board. Olive green is a common occurrence throughout the collection, making its way onto a handful of the jackets and pants. Another notable piece in the collection is the black single-breasted suit jacket which is paired with matching dress pants and black leather gloves. All of the new looks from Monitaly are paired with a few select pieces from Yuketen’s recent winter-ready footwear drop.

With prices ranging between $297 and $605 USD, head over to Monitaly’s web store to take a look at availability and other information for the brand’s 2017 Fall/Winter collection for yourself.

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