WRAPINKNOT Focuses on Traditional Silhouettes for Fall/Winter 2018

Updated classics from the knitwear-focused label.

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Following on from its Spring/Summer 2018 collection, Japanese knitwear-focused label WRAPINKNOT has released the lookbook for its Fall/Winter 2018 collection, with a selection of pieces inspired by traditional cuts and silhouettes. This collection sees the brand unveil a range of outerwear options, including classic wool overcoats and leather jackets complete with graphic fabric sleeves.

Other key pieces in the label’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection include half-and-half sweatshirts, textured trousers and light coats. Unsurprisingly, the brand also has a series of strong knitwear pieces in this collection, including graphic sweaters, thick knitted-pieces and winter-ready polo neck options. Keep an eye out for the collection’s release, and head over to the WRAPINKNOT site for more information on upcoming drops.

In related news, White Mountaineering has dropped a new T-shirt capsule.

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