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Nanushka Goes "Bourgeois Grunge" for FW20

The brand updates its signature knits, outerwear and boots.

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Nanushka Goes "Bourgeois Grunge" for FW20

The brand updates its signature knits, outerwear and boots.

Nanushka, a favorite of street style stars including Kaia Gerber and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, has unveiled a new Fall/Winter 2020 collection of clean yet chic separates and accessories. Titled “Bourgeois Grunge,” the range merges a luxe, ’70s-inspired aesthetic with hallmarks of the grunge era including relaxed silhouettes, oversized fit and a somber color palette.

The brand’s beloved knitwear arrives in the form of an open-shoulder cardigan, stretchy flared pants and a collared maxi dress slit up to the mid-thigh. Blazers and trench coats feature tailored, boxy fits and evening-ready options include silk slip skirts and wrap dresses. As for shoes, vegan leather kitten heel boots — arriving in black, beige and muted green snakeskin print — are perfect for everyday wear.

Take a look at Nanushka’s FW20 collection in the lookbook above.

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