First previewed during Paris Fashion Week last summer, White Mountaineering sets to release this 4 piece capsule with Wrangler. A large proponent of the SS18 collection references traditional workwear and silhouettes synonymous with manual labour; and denim is used throughout. Choosing the classic 124 MJ jacket by Wrangler, Yosuke Aizawa and his team update the jacket in an oversized and boxy cut with dropped shoulders, elongated hem and custom washes. Subtle detailing in the chest pockets with embroidered “W” and “M” further denote from the original, while a pair of slim and tapered 5 pocket jeans round out this capsule. Reference White Mountaineering for release details.
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