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Woolrich Autumn/Winter 2018 Campaign ft Onyx Collective

Woolrich:  American Soul Since 1830’ celebrates an eclectic range of American artistry by featuring artists whose creative ingenuity is at the very heart of American culture. The first installment of ‘Woolrich: American Soul Since 1830’ spotlights the legendary  Ms.  Lauryn  Hill, one of the defining voices of the last century in American music,  as well as up-and-coming musicians: experimental  jazz ensemble Onyx Collective, singer/songwriter Raphaelle, and  blues/jazz singer Zarina Nares for the Winter 2018 campaign.

Photographer Jack Davison captures the up-and-comers on the streets of New York’s Washington Heights with the iconic United Palace Theatre and the Brooklyn Bridge as the backdrop, while stylists, Mel Ottenberg, dresses the vibrant group in key styles from the Fall Winter 2018 collection including Women’s Aurora Puffy Coat and the Men’s Sierra Supreme Parka in addition to the classic Arctic Parka, first introduced in 1972 for the workers of the Alaskan pipeline, and the iconic red Buffalo Check, first introduced in 1850.

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