Skingraft Men Fall/Winter 2014 Lookbook

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Published March 30, 2014

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Skingraft Men Fall/Winter 2014-Following its debut runway presentation during New York Fashion Week, Skingraft unveils its fall/winter 2014 lookbook. Inspired by a futuristic dystopia, the new lineup consists of great separates that take into account on-trend elements as well as timeless essentials. Streetwear for the ultimate survivor, the collection embraces a dark edge for a range that includes bombers and ALPHA pullovers for a statement making fall.


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