Arte Antwerp's new FW16 collection is inspired by Antwerp's port and the stevedore's workwear, and it shows with the selection's attitude and choice of color palette.

Drawing from the stevedore's clothing durability, the collection features a distinct level of functionality as the fit and cuts on the range's styles offer diverse applications. Some key silhouettes from the collection include reversible jackets, sherpa jackets, heavy corduroy zip overshirts and wool sweaters. Classic silhouettes such as long coats, sweaters, hoodies and tees also make appearances throughout the collection with clean, subtle branding alongside a color palette of navy, moss green and silver.

Be sure to take a look at the gallery above for the collection's lookbook shot by Belgian photographer Jef Claes. The "Port d'Anvers" collection is now available at Arte Antwerp's online store and through select retailers.

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