Wood Wood Channels Americana for FW18 Collection

Inspired by the transition from childhood to adulthood.

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After presenting its Fall/Winter 2018 collection in London last year, Copenhagen-based label Wood Wood has now released a lookbook for the collection. Mixing streetwear and Americana influences, the collection includes classic pieces that have been updated with subtle twists inspired by the transition from childhood to adulthood.

This theme is referenced through graphics, with slogans including “Leave Me Alone With Your Attention” and “Sad Songs Make Me Happy” featuring throughout. Alongside this, the Americana influence is apparent in the use of traditional American elements including patchwork, collegiate-style pieces, army surplus items and raw denim. Other key pieces include double-breasted tailoring, updated puffer jackets and a new  ’80s-inspired unisex sneaker. Take a look through the lookbook above, and head over to the Wood Wood web store to pick up Fall/Winter 2018 pieces.

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