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The Best Looks from AMBUSH's First-Ever Runway Show

Debuted at Tokyo Fashion Week.

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The Best Looks from AMBUSH's First-Ever Runway Show

Debuted at Tokyo Fashion Week.

AMBUSH held its first-ever runway presentation at Tokyo Fashion Week debuting a line of cozy Fall/Winter 2018 gear. The collection features unique outerwear pieces like the shearling-lined coat, waterproof rain cape and oversized blazer. Wet-haired models walked down the grass catwalk styled in Converse‘s Chuck Taylors to pair with the offbeat silhouettes. Trends like distressed denim, circular eyewear and plaid are warped to fit AMBUSH’s dystopia-meets-streetwear designs. Standout items include the “A” stamped hat and colorblocked tracksuit.

Scroll through the women’s looks above and be sure to check out the brand’s surprise collaboration with Amazon.

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