Katharine Hamnett Goes to a Winter Wonderland in FW18 Lookbook

Perfect clothes for the upcoming winter chill.

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Katharine Hamnett is back with her Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook. Taking to the streets of London’s chinatown region, the lookbook saw a model find his way around the area during London’s coldest snap while wearing Hamnett’s signature blend of oversized tailoring and casual fits, this time making use of tweed throughout the collection.

When we spoke to the designer last year, she described the difference between her brand in the ’80s and today, saying the following, “I suppose it’s an evolution. I have mined the archive for shapes and silhouettes, so it has a KH 1980’s feel but at the same time tweaked to be modern and right for now.” Take a look through the gallery above to see just how this is being achieved.

In related news, Nowhere FC teamed up with PORTER for a capsule collection of tie-dye side bags.

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