MYAR's Fall/Winter 2018 Range Displays Unconventional Takes on Vintage Military Pieces

Split-camo combat shirts, shearling hoodies, and more.

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Designer Andrea Rosso of MYAR continues to push the design limits of repurposed vintage military pieces for the Fall/Winter 2018 season. The artisanal range is comprised of embroidered Navy long coats, flight jackets with multiple pockets fitted to the back portion, split-camo combat shirts, shearling hoodies with synthetic pockets, and color-blocked trousers with tiger stripe print. As a whole, the range is filled with off-kilter executions on outerwear, soft goods, and bottoms.

Peep the slideshow above and visit MYAR’s official website to purchase available products.

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