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wings+horns enter their favorite season as the company presents its latest goods for Fall/Winter 2019. Consistent with their Pacific Northwest-inspired design aesthetic, the brand's pieces focus on premium materials and construction such as the Stretch Twill CPO Jacket, which elevates a military classic with Japanese cotton twill. 

"Fall/Winter 2019 is inspired by transitions between modern urban life and the solitude of British Columbia's wilderness. With an unwavering focus on process, our 31st season explores sensations of immersion, motion, and disappearance evoked by journeys in the Coast and Cascade mountain ranges.

These tensions and transitions manifest in versatile fabrics, utilitarian silhouettes, and subdued tones reflecting the Pacific Northwest’s darker months. Seasonal colours Charcoal, Pine, and Stone recall damp winding roads flanked by temperate rainforests, while weather-ready outerwear, oversized fleece and Merino wool lead a range of considered, functional designs ready for any journey."

Pieces from the wings+horns Fall/Winter 2019 are now available.

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