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Brooklyn-based design collective and retailer Fig Collective has offered up another dose of fire Korean fashion with its latest FW16 editorial.

The studio specializes in curating the very finest apparel from the land of the morning calm (as we know from this excellent SS16 shoot) but with a heavy focus on streetwear. This expertise is flaunted once again on a stunning and very pink-looking editorial for fall and winter, featuring items from the newest collections of popular Korean streetwear brands Thisisneverthat, 13Month, Vei-8, Vuiel and Knave.

There’s a precisely-cut leather Sherpa jacket, a leopard print faux-fur coat, a delightful oversized shirt/shrunk vest pullover combo, a selection of extra-long belts (which seem to be a bit of a thing now), and a whole lot more. Each look proves that, once again, Korean labels are still killing it.

Check out the lookbook above and head over to Fig Collective’s online store to shop.

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  • Photography: Sungjune Jang and Jihyun Seo
  • Model: Abdulaye Niang

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

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