The Arrivals presented 4.0 release of its autumn winter 2017 collection, featuring eight covetable outerwear styles for men, women, and unisex. “Release 4.O is THE ARRIVALS most recent step in the pursuit of foreverwear – featuring core outerwear silhouettes characterized by aerodynamic lines and graphic hardware with winks to space odyssey.Storm proof materials, modularity and constructional precision lend to supreme livability while a selection of unisex silhouettes symbolize a continued commitment to functionality which transcends gender, environment or purpose. Each piece is finished with the application of The Arrivals Brand Badge – a nostalgic wink to a tearing ticket, a symbol of transcendence and exploration, a passport to escape.” from The Arrivals. Checkout more images from the brands fall winter campaign below.Photo Credit: The Arrivals
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