Arternative 2014 Fall/Winter Lookbook

If you don’t know much about Antwerp, Arternative’s new 2014 fall/winter lookbook will surely school you on the Belgium city. Founded in 2009, the label is known to draw its cultural and heritage influences into its designs. Fine art and street culture are also the focal point for this new season with one of the key pieces in the collection being a reversible bomber jacket that is versatile as much as it is refined and intricately detailed. One side is made of dark wool with a white chenille logo while on the flip side is red nylon with red embroidery and accentuations. The bulk of the collection consists of sweaters made of French terry and oxford printed shirts with strong structure and cuts. The lookbook for this collection features male model Joachim Badejoh and was shot by Belgian photoghapher Michiel Pieters in association with Jelle Canipel.
The 2014 fall/winter collection has dropped and is available for purchase on the webshop and through selected retailers.

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