Arte Antwerp's Fall/Winter 2017 Lookbook Displays a Subtle Sportswear Edge

Simple and clean.

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For the upcoming fall/winter season, Arte Antwerp unveiled new lookbook visuals, which sees an array of casual classics reimagined with subtle sportswear twists integrated throughout. A slight departure from the brand’s nautical-inspired themes of seasons past, the new collection displays pieces with an eye towards the active outdoorsman, without the obvious reference towards today’s on-trend tech-influenced aesthetics.

Items, such as mid-rise turtlenecks, crewneck pullovers, track pant iterations and a long-sleeve polo top, amongst others, exhibit streamlined fits and quality craftsmanship — focusing on the simplistic side of seasonal menswear.

In other fashion news, initial images of the upcoming Virgil Abloh x Rimowa collaboration have surfaced.

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