FRENN's 2017 Fall/Winter Collection Takes Inspiration from Helsinki's City Plan

A collection full of casual tailoring.

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FRENN has released the lookbook for its 2017 fall/winter collection. The Finnish brand specializes in laid-back, casual clothing that focuses on usage of fabric rather than ostentatious design. For this collection they’ve looked to Helsinki’s city plan and used that as inspiration. In terms of fabrics, the brand uses a wool/alpaca/mohair blend, washable wool and flannel, alongside the brand’s mainstays of organic denim and indigo jersey. The collection will be available from Frenn’s web store in the coming months.

If you’re looking for something slightly wilder to pair with your basics, then the latest LAD MUSICIAN 2017 fall/winter lookbook will sate your interests.

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