David Naman Reinterprets Heritage Staples for 2017 Fall/Winter

Featuring the Italian brand’s updated tailoring.

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Italian brand David Naman has released the lookbook for its 2017 fall/winter collection. Since the brand was founded in 1997, it has become known for its updated tailoring and reworking of classic pieces. This collection is now different, with shirts, polonecks and coats that show the brand’s continued reinterpretation of staple pieces and its subtle twists on heritage garments. The lookbook focuses on pieces that are perfect for the upcoming colder months, such as long wool coats and heavy knitwear. The brand, which is still owned by Naman himself, tapped photographer Emanuele Mendini to shoot the lookbook. For more information on the collection, head over to the David Naman site.

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