Faccies Revisits the Wild West in FW19 Collection & Lookbook

Eclectically combining old-world design cues with streetwear sensibilities.

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FACCIES has returned with a lush range of Japanese-infused Americana for its latest Fall/Winter 2019 collection and lookbook. The imprint, which has a reputation for infusing Native American and American Wild West design cues with streetwear sensibilities, has provided a well-assorted collection that highlights the strengths of the artisanal brand.

Featured in the lookbook are a range of casually-styled pieces, from loose-fitting sweats and trousers, oversized overcoats, cardigans with a mix of old-world embroidery, ponchos in Native American-styled blanket fabrics, mohair jackets, and more. Various details include beaded overhangs, Cowboy-esque embroidery, and concho hardware. Presented as a unisex collection and lookbook, the various looks prove that the FW19 delivery fits within womenswear just as well as it does menswear.

You can check out the latest collection and lookbook from FACCIES above, and can expect the collection to hit the imprint’s web store and varying global stockists in the coming months.

For more fashion news, don’t miss Tired Lab’s Spring/Summer 2019 capsule collection.

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