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Eco-Conscious Hong Kong Label YANYAN Unveils Its FW20 Lookbook

Featuring hand-knit garments mostly made from sustainably sourced yarn.

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Eco-Conscious Hong Kong Label YANYAN Unveils Its FW20 Lookbook

Featuring hand-knit garments mostly made from sustainably sourced yarn.

Hong Kong-based fashion brand YANYAN has released its latest Fall/Winter 2020 collection. The label is known for its knit pieces made from leftover yarn and sustainable or naturally sourced virgin yarns.

Inspired by Sham Shui Po, a local neighborhood located in the city’s Kowloon side, the garments feature a blend of modern and traditional design elements that capture Hong Kong’s essence. The capsule consists of a selection of outerwear and knitwear offerings arriving in a vibrant color palette. Highlight items include the Fafa shrunken cardigan, YinYang dress, Laza Kungfu jacket, Fuzzy coat and Laza grandma vest.

Take a closer look at YANYAN’s FW20 lookbook in the gallery above. The collection ranges from $275 to $450 USD and is now available via the brand’s web store.

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