wonderland FW19 Serves Up Oversized Streetwear Staples

Playful patterns build on top of casual silhouettes.

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Contemporary menswear label wonderland has returned with a vibrantly styled cookbook displaying its forthcoming Fall/Winter 2019 collection. Incorporating a variety of oversized silhouettes, the Japanese brand’s latest range serves as a fluid rendition of modern Americana.

Notable pieces include various workwear-inspired outerwear pieces from jackets to parkas, loose-fitting cardigan sweaters, and overly-flowy trousers. The collection’s color palette remains relatively neutral, elevating the garments into wardrobe-essentials.

You can view wonderland’s latest Fall/Winter 2019 offering in its entirety in the gallery above. The collection’s first delivery will arrive via the brand’s web store on July 20.

For more related news, HUMAN MADE is collaborating alongside Studio Seven for a collaborative capsule.

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