Garbstore Heads to the Countryside for FW20 Editorial

Mixing pieces from the retailer’s three in-house labels.

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London-based Garbstore has released a Fall/Winter 2020 editorial showcasing the seasonal collections from its three in-house brands. Mixing pieces from Garbstore with items from The English Difference and Drop Out Sports, the Hollie Fernando-shot and Lottie Warren-styled editorial spotlights the collections in a rural setting.

Throughout the collection, a number of Garbstore items highlight the label’s focus on the merging of natural materials with technical elements for FW20. Additionally, stand-out knitwear items from The English Difference include fair-isle cardigans and super-soft mohair accessories, while Drop Out Sports pieces including heavy-weight sweatshirts also feature.

Take a look through the FW20 editorial in the gallery above. All of the pieces from Garbstore, The English Difference and Drop Out Sports are available now from the Garbstore web store and Notting Hill bricks-and-mortar location.

In other fashion news, Snow Peak is back with a new capsule of bags and accessories.

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