Woolrich x Daiki Suzuki

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Woolrich has really come to the fore recently, particularly with the collaboration with Liberty of London here.

The Italian brand has announced that their A/W10 collection, entitled 'Hunting Noir' will be the penultimate with Daiki Suzuki.

The collection is beautiful. and is inspired by the quintessential colours of the late 1970s and early 1980s, as seen on the garments of labels such as Comme des Garcon, in a range of subtle blues, blacks are greys.
However, with the references aside, Daiki has drawn on the heritage of the original Woolrich label - Hudson Bay stripes, Hunting Plaids and Herringbone wools - which are all produced in the mills owned by the brand.



The tailored aesthetic is a real winner for this collection and it will be a huge loss to the industry when Daiki leaves. However, he will leave the A/W10 legacy of some great pieces such as a toggled pea coat, sporting poncho (yes, poncho's are back!) and jeans that combine wool, Woolrich wool of course, and cotton.




Though it's the hooded sweaters are the trousers in a custom print fabric and knitted cardigans, scarves and hats that will no doubt fly out of the stores.

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