As one of the most undeniably compelling stories of 2016, the UK referendum sent shockwaves across the world for its social, economic and cultural implications. One of the individuals highly impacted by the vote was none other than fashion designer Daniel W. Fletcher. As part of the SS17 line, Daniel W. Fletcher used the vote as inspiration for the update to his collection, citing himself as one of the benefactors of UK's cultural integration with the EU.

The new range features a plethora of designs imbued with luxurious materials. Classic silhouettes such as vests and hoodies have been reworked with unconventional materials such as fur and hoodies. More interestingly however, are the designs featured on the pieces. Paying homage to the cultural linkage of the EU and UK, Fletcher elected to imprint the word "Stay" on various pieces, and used a color palette representative of the various countries in the EU he has visited.

The collection is set to release soon at David W. Fletcher retailers.

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