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Creating contemporary, clean goods since their launch in 2001, Kloke designers Adam and Amy Coombes show no signs of stopping over the upcoming seasons.

KLOKE A/W15 Collection

Creating contemporary, clean goods since their launch in 2001, Kloke designers Adam and Amy Coombes show no signs of stopping over the upcoming seasons. Fall/Winter 2015 works with a combination of straight silhouettes and earthy hues, the Australians experimenting with a subdued tones and simple lines, a reflection of those easy-going summers down under. The chino range especially strong, the label opt for a wider fit, enforcing the casual feel. Down bombers, printed shirting and tees and some jersey staples take care of the tops, resulting in a pleasing contemporary playfulness and strong wearability across the collection. Greens and off-whites work as the perfect colorway with for the season, with camo and circular prints gracing a couple of numbers. The Coombes’ frequent trips to Japan are picked up on throughout this line-up, mastering the art of balance and subtlety. Creating contemporary, clean goods since their launch in 2001, Kloke designers Adam and Amy Coombes show no signs of stopping over the upcoming seasons. Fall/Winter 2015 works with a combination of straight silhouettes and earthy hues, the Australians experimenting with a subdued tones and simple lines, a reflection of those easy-going summers down under. The chino range especially strong, the label opt for a wider fit, enforcing the casual feel. Down bombers, printed shirting and tees and some jersey staples take care of the tops, resulting in a pleasing contemporary playfulness and strong wearability across the collection. Greens and off-whites work as the perfect colorway with for the season, with camo and circular prints gracing a couple of numbers. The Coombes’ frequent trips to Japan are picked up on throughout this line-up, mastering the art of balance and subtlety. Creating contemporary, clean goods since their launch in 2001, Kloke designers Adam and Amy Coombes show no signs of stopping over the upcoming seasons. Fall/Winter 2015 works with a combination of straight silhouettes and earthy hues, the Australians experimenting with a subdued tones and simple lines, a reflection of those easy-going summers down under. The chino range especially strong, the label opt for a wider fit, enforcing the casual feel. Down bombers, printed shirting and tees and some jersey staples take care of the tops, resulting in a pleasing contemporary playfulness and strong wearability across the collection. Greens and off-whites work as the perfect colorway with for the season, with camo and circular prints gracing a couple of numbers. The Coombes’ frequent trips to Japan are picked up on throughout this line-up, mastering the art of balance and subtlety. Creating contemporary, clean goods since their launch in 2001, Kloke designers Adam and Amy Coombes show no signs of stopping over the upcoming seasons. Fall/Winter 2015 works with a combination of straight silhouettes and earthy hues, the Australians experimenting with a subdued tones and simple lines, a reflection of those easy-going summers down under. The chino range especially strong, the label opt for a wider fit, enforcing the casual feel. Down bombers, printed shirting and tees and some jersey staples take care of the tops, resulting in a pleasing contemporary playfulness and strong wearability across the collection. Greens and off-whites work as the perfect colorway with for the season, with camo and circular prints gracing a couple of numbers. The Coombes’ frequent trips to Japan are picked up on throughout this line-up, mastering the art of balance and subtlety. Creating contemporary, clean goods since their launch in 2001, Kloke designers Adam and Amy Coombes show no signs of stopping over the upcoming seasons. Fall/Winter 2015 works with a combination of straight silhouettes and earthy hues, the Australians experimenting with a subdued tones and simple lines, a reflection of those easy-going summers down under. The chino range especially strong, the label opt for a wider fit, enforcing the casual feel. Down bombers, printed shirting and tees and some jersey staples take care of the tops, resulting in a pleasing contemporary playfulness and strong wearability across the collection. Greens and off-whites work as the perfect colorway with for the season, with camo and circular prints gracing a couple of numbers. The Coombes’ frequent trips to Japan are picked up on throughout this line-up, mastering the art of balance and subtlety. Creating contemporary, clean goods since their launch in 2001, Kloke designers Adam and Amy Coombes show no signs of stopping over the upcoming seasons. Fall/Winter 2015 works with a combination of straight silhouettes and earthy hues, the Australians experimenting with a subdued tones and simple lines, a reflection of those easy-going summers down under. The chino range especially strong, the label opt for a wider fit, enforcing the casual feel. Down bombers, printed shirting and tees and some jersey staples take care of the tops, resulting in a pleasing contemporary playfulness and strong wearability across the collection. Greens and off-whites work as the perfect colorway with for the season, with camo and circular prints gracing a couple of numbers. The Coombes’ frequent trips to Japan are picked up on throughout this line-up, mastering the art of balance and subtlety. Creating contemporary, clean goods since their launch in 2001, Kloke designers Adam and Amy Coombes show no signs of stopping over the upcoming seasons. Fall/Winter 2015 works with a combination of straight silhouettes and earthy hues, the Australians experimenting with a subdued tones and simple lines, a reflection of those easy-going summers down under. The chino range especially strong, the label opt for a wider fit, enforcing the casual feel. Down bombers, printed shirting and tees and some jersey staples take care of the tops, resulting in a pleasing contemporary playfulness and strong wearability across the collection. Greens and off-whites work as the perfect colorway with for the season, with camo and circular prints gracing a couple of numbers. The Coombes’ frequent trips to Japan are picked up on throughout this line-up, mastering the art of balance and subtlety. Creating contemporary, clean goods since their launch in 2001, Kloke designers Adam and Amy Coombes show no signs of stopping over the upcoming seasons. Fall/Winter 2015 works with a combination of straight silhouettes and earthy hues, the Australians experimenting with a subdued tones and simple lines, a reflection of those easy-going summers down under. The chino range especially strong, the label opt for a wider fit, enforcing the casual feel. Down bombers, printed shirting and tees and some jersey staples take care of the tops, resulting in a pleasing contemporary playfulness and strong wearability across the collection. Greens and off-whites work as the perfect colorway with for the season, with camo and circular prints gracing a couple of numbers. The Coombes’ frequent trips to Japan are picked up on throughout this line-up, mastering the art of balance and subtlety. Creating contemporary, clean goods since their launch in 2001, Kloke designers Adam and Amy Coombes show no signs of stopping over the upcoming seasons. Fall/Winter 2015 works with a combination of straight silhouettes and earthy hues, the Australians experimenting with a subdued tones and simple lines, a reflection of those easy-going summers down under. The chino range especially strong, the label opt for a wider fit, enforcing the casual feel. Down bombers, printed shirting and tees and some jersey staples take care of the tops, resulting in a pleasing contemporary playfulness and strong wearability across the collection. Greens and off-whites work as the perfect colorway with for the season, with camo and circular prints gracing a couple of numbers. The Coombes’ frequent trips to Japan are picked up on throughout this line-up, mastering the art of balance and subtlety.

Creating contemporary, clean goods since their launch in 2001, Kloke designers Adam and Amy Coombes show no signs of stopping over the upcoming seasons. Fall/Winter 2015 works with a combination of straight silhouettes and earthy hues, the Australians experimenting with a subdued tones and simple lines, a reflection of those easy-going summers down under. The chino range especially strong, the label opt for a wider fit, enforcing the casual feel. Down bombers, printed shirting and tees and some jersey staples take care of the tops, resulting in a pleasing contemporary playfulness and strong wearability across the collection. Greens and off-whites work as the perfect colorway with for the season, with camo and circular prints gracing a couple of numbers. The Coombes’ frequent trips to Japan are picked up on throughout this line-up, mastering the art of balance and subtlety.  

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