Feb 17, 2015

W.R.K F/W 2015 lookbook

Every season W.R.K is inspired by a different occupation and...

150211_WRK_SHOT_1_014 150211_WRK_SHOT_2_171 150211_WRK_SHOT_3_210 150211_WRK_SHOT_4_258 150211_WRK_SHOT_5_301 150211_WRK_SHOT_6_339 150211_WRK_SHOT_7_396 150211_WRK_SHOT_8_421 150211_WRK_SHOT_9_460 150211_WRK_SHOT_10_482 150211_WRK_SHOT_11_541 150211_WRK_SHOT_12_568 150211_WRK_SHOT_13_668 150211_WRK_SHOT_14_699 150211_WRK_SHOT_15_735 150211_WRK_SHOT_16_751 Every season W.R.K is inspired by a different occupation and the man who holds it. This season W.R.K designer Matteo Gottardi was inspired by the Anchorage Alaska SWAT, their rigorous lifestyle, and stringent physical agility.

The dark collection incorporates technical elements of the SWAT uniform: mesh, ottoman stitch and grosgrain fabrications. Every detail is derived from their uniform: structured and tailored blazers, hoodies and rigid silhouettes.

Literal fabrications such as neoprene, waterproof zippers and quilting are part of the vocabulary for the season. Further, the designer lines outerwear in the collection with fleece for durability and comfort.

Above are our favourite looks from the collection.

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