Bowie, Iggy Pop, And Bountiful Sartorial Ease: Farah’s Winter 2019 Range Has Landed

Chidozie Obasi
Editor

 

When probing for inspiration, and desperate to pivot away from New York’s frantic rhythms, Bowie and Iggy Pop headed to Berlin to experiment the iconic underground music scene. From the outset, inspired by the city’s post war landscape, the duo peaked the charts ever so swiftly by hitting records between ’77 and ’79.

Using imagery that thrive moods of those times, the collection pays tributes to the Berlin years, exploring how tonal intensity in apparel can reach to the utmost; on this occasion, this particular could be complemented with the gloominess that demarcated Germany back in the day.

From a stylistic perspective, standout pieces count the likes of the Hawtin cropped trouser, the Neukoln casual shirt, and the Bowie Harrington.

Shop the collection now, available at farah.co.uk.

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