OLAF HUSSEIN has delivered another lookbook for its Fall/Winter 2017 collection. Following the label’s Japan-inspired Fall/Winter 2017 editorial, the Dutch brand returns with a second drop that is motivated by the desire to “breathe new life into deadstock fabric.” The new editorial was shot by Maxime Cardol and styled by Suze Kuit.
To enable its “REPURPOSE” initiative to flourish, OLAF HUSSEIN worked closely with a number of manufacturers across Europe. The new range’s concept is demonstrated most pertinently by the Cotton Twill Worker Jacket, that arrives in three colorways; undyed in PTT white and garment dyed in red and black — the jacket was created by repurposing a heavyweight cotton twill. Through the second iteration of its Fall/Winter collection, OLAF HUSSEIN continues a dialogue that takes inspiration from multiple countries, cultures and citizens.
The entirety of the new collection is now available at the OLAF HUSSEIN store in Amsterdam and on the brand’s website olafhussein.com.
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