It’s no secret that Italians have fashion in their blood and style in their DNA, and Leo Colacicco, a former management engineer turned fashion designer, is no exception. His fastly-rising label LC23 has already collaborated with Reebok to rework the popular R698 runner, and for the brand’s FW17 offering, he continues a love for all things Made in Italy.

For the first time, LC23 introduces the down jacket in addition to its core offer of outerwear in six versatile styles and colorways, and it's made from 100% european duck plume. Elsewhere, the Italian brand delivers a dependable mix of fitted silhouettes, from tartan suits to cropped denim to embroidered sweatshirts with playful graphic insignia.

Click through the imagery above to get a feel for LC23’s FW17 delivery.

Also, check out mfpen’s beautifully designed athletic gear for FW17.

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