Twelvepieces Continues Updating Traditional Egyptian Garments With "Fatamorgana"

Earth-toned sweats and militaristic holster bags.

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Twelvepieces returns with “Fatamorgana,” its newest seasonless collection. So-named for an optical illusion that appears above the horizon line, the new release centers around a dozen different styles that aim to blend craftsmanship with graphic appeal. Comfort is key, with the lookbook centering around matching sweatpants and tracksuits executed in sandy beige and black, accented by gold Arabic script prints. A colorful “CAIRO” graphic appears on the rear of bomber jackets and hoodies, with multi-pocketed shoulder holsters and shoulder bags adding a functional contrast to the easygoing layers.

Expect the new collection to hit TWELVEPIECES’ web store in March.

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