NOAH Returns For Second FW21 Instalment

Heavyweight jacquard flannel jackets meet cozy softsole slippers.

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Following the launch of the first part of its Fall/Winter 2021 collection earlier this year, NOAH returns to conclude its retro-inspired seasonal offering, with a fresh selection of apparel and accessories.

Comprising its recently-released “Cross Country” collection — as well as collaborative pieces with Barbour and adidas Originals — FW21 continues to draw inspiration from Noah Founder and creative director Brendon Banbenzien’s aim to “celebrate and embrace the idea that creativity and creators have no boundaries.”

Winter-ready Country Woollen shirts and heavyweight Jacquard Flannel jackets are accompanied by striped turtlenecks and zip-up hoodies, while long-sleeved Lotus graphic tees and short-sleeved recycled tees offer up more fall-friendly vibes. Accessories include a plethora of tri-color beanies, berets, corduroy caps and bucket hats, alongside herringbone tote bags and an already sold-out pair of collaborative Minnetonka softsole slippers.

NOAH’s second FW21 collection is set to drop imminently and will be available from the brand’s online webstore.

In other news, Jil Sander and UNIQLO +J’s FW21 collection is a masterclass in tonal layering.

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