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Norwegian Rain has unveiled its FW16 collection, featuring styles inspired by the “traditional, vibrant and subversive” side of London.

The brand focuses on highly-technical raincoats made from recycled materials, combining the sartorial know-how of its parent label T-Michael with Japanese sensibility influences.

This new collection is comprised entirely of outerwear that would look equally at home in the city as it does in rural environments. Macs, aviators, raincoats, and military-style double breasted jackets all feature in shades of grey, navy, black and olive.

Check out the lookbook above, and head over to the Norwegian Rain to find a stockist.

In other fashion news, here’s why you should boycott Zara.

Words by Daniel Pearson
Life Editor

Daniel is the editor of Highsnobiety Life. He grew up in north of England and is now based in Berlin.

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