Towards the close of this past August, A Kind of Guise, the German fashion label, unveiled its second release from the Fall/Winter 2023 collection, introducing a blend of textures and layering for the upcoming colder months. Just last week, the brand expanded its exclusive series with a second drop, presenting a range of sustainable clothing to prepare for the impending fall season. Now, the brand advances with the unveiling of the third installment in its FW23 collection, titled “Huldufólk.”
With the arrival of cooler weather on the horizon, this drop focuses on a selection of classic and comfortable essentials designed to withstand the dropping temperatures. However, the primary emphasis lies on outerwear, knitwear, cardigans, and cozy accessories. Among the outerwear offerings are coats and relaxed-fitting jackets crafted from wool, catering to various tastes, whether it’s a timeless knee-length camel coat or a sleek navy blue/black varsity jacket. The outerwear selection also features puffer jackets and vests constructed from recycled technical nylon.
Transitioning from outerwear to knitwear, the collection introduces Jura cardigans in lush green hues with textured virgin wool weaves, complemented by multi-weave knitted pants for all-encompassing comfort. Additional knitwear essentials encompass classic cable knits and geometric knits with bespoke intarsia designs. The collection doesn’t stop there, as it introduces workwear-inspired pieces like the Gunnar dungarees, made from textured corduroy. Completing the collection is an array of warm accessories, including scarves and caps.