MKI Unveils Its Transparent Rainwear Collection

Just in time for the rainy season.

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As we begin the slow descent into Fall/Winter, Leeds-based retailer MKI has introduced its latest array of rainwear at just the right time. With a brand ethos to offer quality, designer-led garments at a modest price point, each piece in this FW20 collection has been designed to be accessible in both affordability and wear-ability.

Constructed with a waterproof heavyweight semi-transparent fabric, this eye-catching capsule collection comprises a mac, smock and coach jacket in two color options.

Entitled the “Transparent Collection”, jackets come in either “Frosted” or “Smoke” colorways alongside chrome press studs, two-way zips, eyelets and lace tips. Each jacket arrives with a boxy, oversized fit, making each garment ideal for layering.

MKI’s “Transparent Collection” is available to buy now from the brand’s webstore, retailing from £110 (approximately $140 USD) to £140 (approximately $180 USD).

In other news, JW Anderson has reworked an array of British classics for FW20 UNIQLO collection.

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