Farah Vintage Autumn/Winter 2010 Preview

July 28, 2010 |

Autumn Winter 2010 from Farah Vintage strikes a fine balance between slick, sharp casual wear and sartorial tailoring. This season the focus is on the iconic 80’s - a decade of social unrest, a time when the people needed to be heard, and a young generation dressed as a means of self-expression. A roomier silhouette has been adopted on shirts and jackets, while polos are tailored to the level of shirting to ensure the wearer knows he’s bought something special. Key fabrics have been reissued on trousers, jackets and shirts to give the wearer a taste of history.

The lookbook is even shot by Gavin Watson, an iconic photographer made famous for his candid imagery captured during these times of social unrest in 1980s Britain. Farah Vintage and Gavin made their names in the UK at the same, both in one way or another at the very heart of Britain’s emerging subcultures, misunderstood by the mainstream, Britain’s new multi-cultural melting pot generation. They are the perfect fit.

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