MADNESS Calls out for Peace With Fall/Winter 2017 "STOP THE BOMBS" Collection

A respectful take on military-inspired wares.

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With the fall/winter season in mind, Shawn Yue and his MADNESS imprint recently unveiled a mild, politically-charged range — calling out for world peace with its “STOP THE BOMBS’ collection. The Hong Kong-based brand’s silent protest on war takes the form of army-inspired garb — respectfully drawing influence from a choice selection of military-based classics.

The lineup itself spotlights such items, including a pea coat, shearling-collared denim jacket, leather aviator silhouette and a camo-tinged field jacket, amongst others. Look for MADNESS’ Fall/Winter 2017 collection to make its debut on September 30 through the brand’s online shop and participating retailers.

In other fashion news, Patagonia recently launched its Permanent “Worn Wear” Program.

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