WHIZ LIMITED Unveils Its 2017 Fall/Winter "URBAN: TECH" Collection

Utility without compromise.

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Last spotted celebrating its 17th anniversary by collaborating with PORTERHiroaki Shitano‘s Tokyo-based WHIZ LIMITED label is now back with its 2017 fall/winter solo effort. Taking on the theme of “URBAN: TECH,” with its down fillings, fleece jackets and waterproof fabrics, the collection looks to bring together everyday wearability with a sense of versatile functionality. With its predominately muted-blue color palette running throughout the collection, accented by earthy naturals and occasional splashes of brighter reds and yellows, “URBAN: TECH” avoids falling into the trap of prizing utility at the expense of aesthetics.

Peep the lookbook for WHIZ LIMITED’s 2017 fall/winter collection above and let us know what you think in the comments. And, speaking of collaborations with PORTER, check out the Japanese brand’s recent capsule collection with British label Margaret Howell.

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