Folk Keeps Things Simple for FW18 Lookbook

Understated pieces with subtle complexities.

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UK-based label Folk has followed up its Spring/Summer 2018 collection with the release of a lookbook for its understated Fall/Winter 2018 capsule. Despite its minimalist appearance, the collection features subtle complexities such as pieces constructed from contrasting textures. One example of this is the use of different corduroy weights on the same piece, with some panels in a horizontal corduroy and others in vertical.

Key pieces in the collection include lightweight jackets, knitwear items and relaxed shirting. The capsule comes in a muted color palette, with shades including “Deep Green,” “Caramel” and “Burgundy” as well as classic navy, black and white tones. Take a look through the lookbook above, and expect it to drop via the Folk web store soon.

In other fashion news, Our Legacy recently revealed its Spring/Summer 2019 collection.

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