L'Homme Rouge Leaves Home and Goes Hiking for Fall/Winter 2018 Lookbook

The Woolmark Prize winner returns with its latest collection.

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L’Homme Rouge looked to its roots for Fall/Winter 2018, creating a collection based around the idea of leaving home and having an identity under construction.

For the brand this means washed out colorways alongside dated textile wallpapers and flowers from the Swedish highlands. The brand also looks to hiking as an influence, with trail runners appearing throughout the collection.

Footwear aside, there’s loose, casual suiting, quilted down jackets, check coach jackets and plethora of vests in leather and fleece fabrics. The trousers are high-waisted, alternating between a loose fit and a sharper cut.

Take a look through the gallery above to see the look book for yourself. We first interviewed L’Homme Rouge back in 2017 and found out how the collective were boycotting minimalism.

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