Filling Pieces Ventures to Mongolia With Its First 2017 Fall/Winter Delivery

Inspired by the “resourcefulness and ingenuity” of the nomadic Mongolian tribes.

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Filling Pieces has uncovered a minimal and futuristic assemblage for its first 2017 fall/winter delivery. Titled “MOVE WITHOUT BARRIERS,” the collection was inspired by nomadic Mongolian tribes, paying homage to their “resourcefulness and ingenuity” as well as their “adaptability” as they traveled from place to place. The apparel and footwear items are predominantly wrapped in blue and yellow hues that reflect the Mongolian mountain range, alongside “White Stone” which references the icy terrain where the tribes roam throughout the various seasons.

All in all, you will find a slew of iterations for signature sneaker silhouettes alongside loose-fitting soft goods and outerwear swathed in a monochromatic palette. Take a look at the first delivery above and purchase all items now at Filling Pieces’ official website and select retailers worldwide.

 

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