s.k. manor hill Drops the Lookbook for Its Utilitarian and Minimal 2017 Fall/Winter Collection

The ex-Engineered Garments designer focuses on craftsmanship.

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s.k. manor hill first caught our eye with its 2016 fall/winter editorial and now the brand’s founder, Dominic Sondag, has given us an exclusive look into what’s coming up in its 2017 fall/winter collection. The range continues the aesthetic the brand is known for –- think loose fit, Japanese-inspired and monochromatic –- and features Noragi-inspired jackets, one-button blazers, drawstring trousers, oversized hooded raincoats and an array of beanies and scarves to complete the outfits. The collection will drop later on this year and will be available from all s.k. manor hill stockists and the brand’s own web store.

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