Brand: A Kind of Guise

Season: FW19

Key Pieces: The short-sleeved Gioia shirt is a tasteful statement piece, featuring a paisley print embroidered inside-out, a spread collar, a U-shaped chest pocket, and mother of pearl buttons.

Release Date: Available now

Buy: A Kind of Guise and select retailers

Editor’s Notes: For its FW19 collection, German label A Kind of Guise continues its approach of releasing destination-centric collections. The brand previously headed to Indonesia for SS19 and was inspired by the Himalayas for FW18. This time, the Munich-based brand takes inspiration from New York's Little Italy and a fictional family-run restaurant called Gennaro's.

This season offers reinterpretations of popular outerwear standards, incorporating heavy Italian wools and corduroys. The collection includes a water-repellant overshirt featuring exaggerated pockets, pleated corduroy trousers, and a range of breezy short-sleeved shirts.

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