/017's Latest Editorial Highlights The "Ready-To-Surfwear" Offerings of EX Infinitas Fall/Winter 2017 Collection

Channeling the ’70s surf culture and minimalist modern punk styling.

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In its latest editorial, Canadian retailer /017 highlights the ”Ready-To-Surfwear” offerings from Australia-based label EX Infinitas‘s Fall/Winter 2017 collection. Comprised of refined jackets, sweaters, T-shirts and trousers the latest collection from EX Infinitas designer Lukas Vincent is a garment exploration of ’70s surf culture and minimalist modern punk styling. Some standout items from the range include the luxury athleisure Plisse Zip track pants, an oversized Graphite Stripe shirt and the darted Re-Done Straight Chop jeans. Retailing between $190 and $590 CAD (approximately $150 and $460 USD), EX Infinitas’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection is available at retailers like /017.

For more contemporary fashion news, Helmut Lang recently released its Resort 2018 collection designed by Shayne Oliver.

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