Like its Spring/Summer 2020 collection, s.k. manor hill utilizes natural fiber fabrics to create relaxed, earth-toned looks for the Fall/Winter 2020 season. Ranging from oversized shirts and knitwear to slouchy outerwear, the new offering of locally and ethically-produced apparel serves up effortlessly stylish looks for the colder months.
For its latest collection, s.k. manor hill introduces a recycled nylon fabric with recycled poly fill that continues to reflect the New York City-based brand’s sustainable ethos. Jackets, shirts, pants and accessories are constructed from this material, bringing a clean and minimalist aesthetic to the comfortable yet sophisticated range. Along with the new sustainable fabric, corduroy and varying textures of gingham give the collection a mix of textures and tones.
The collection’s subdued patterns and muted color palette allow pieces to be worn interchangeably with each other, creating a wide range of layered looks for Fall/Winter 2020. Highlights include long coats with matching trousers, coats and vests in a furry gingham pattern and a fuzzy quarter zip-up. Extra-large bags and knit beanies round off the looks.
Expect the new range of goods to hit s.k. manor’s website and stocklists later this year.
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