Houston-Based Namu Shop Releases Its 2017 Spring/Summer Editorial

Clean, contemporary and timeless.

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Up-and-coming retail concept space Namu Shop have recently unveiled its seasonal 2017 spring/summer lookbook. Assembling a choice selection of pieces that promote contemporary designs, while showing the utmost respect for heritage styling cues, we see here printed button downs, relaxed fitting trousers and lightweight outerwear items harmoniously team alongside one another. The Houston-based retailer succeeds in curating a collection of timeless staples from the likes of Anatomica, Maillot, Goldwin, Eastlogue, S.K. Manor Hill and others.

For more on Namu Shop, visit its online site here.

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