Fashion Friday: Moose Knuckles FW19
Our highlight of the fashion week is all about readying ourselves for cooler weather – and doing so in a sustainable and ethical way.
The Canadian brand is effortlessly unique, be it through their cinematic, movie-inspired lookbooks (their latest starring Dennis Rodman) or through their pledge to only use sustainable and ethically sourced materials. There is a sense of humour to this brand but they are very serious about fashion and about the environment which has been such a huge inspiration on the clothing they have put out over the years.
Moose Knuckles offers an expansive selection of non-fur options in its FW19 collection, ideal for the colder days ahead and for the colder climate that the brand hails from. The Classic Core and Mid Core styles feature detachable hoods, extendable visors to shield you from the elements, and100% wool Sherpa lining to weigh it down and provide additional warmth. New styles include the Mont Joli Parka, a part of the Gold Series collection, which features a shearling trim inside the collar, on sleeve cuffs, and bottom hem.
If you are looking to grab something for the change of seasons, this FW19 collection from Moose Knuckles is a perfect place to start. From puffers to parkas, the range is versatile and has something to suit all. Prided for their functionality and robust materials, Moose Knuckles offered a fine collection for the summer, but as winter begins to draw in, they are really in their element.
The FW19 collection will be available at global retailers such as Saks FifthAvenue, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Shopbop, Holt Renfrew, Selfridges, Harrods, De Bijenkorf, Luisa Via Roma, Verso, Lane Crawford, Hankyu, Isetan, select boutiques, and speciality stores
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