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Farah Vintage Spring/Summer 2012

February 1, 2012

Here’s some imagery from Farah Vintage’s upcoming Spring/Summer 2012 collection. The label has been building back up a decent following again over the past few years and continues to put out some great simple pieces that are easy to assimilate into wardrobes and versatile enough to pair with anything.

This collection is no different in that respect and the Farah design team have used plenty of colour to brighten up this latest range for the warmer months, with bold tones being used on everything from outerwear (which is contrasted with black pockets and elbow patches) to simple T-shirts and the brand’s ever popular shirts.

There’s a typically broad range of items to choose from in this collection, including some nice knitwear, the aforementioned pieces of outerwear and shirts, plus shorts, jersey pieces and Farrah’s well loved slacks. There’s everything you’d need for Summer here, all of which was styled for the shoot by Max Pearmain, the creative director of Arena Homme Plus.

This season has also seen the brand create the ‘Citizens of Farah project’. To launch their new initiative, Farah called out to citizens nationwide and invited them to take part in the Spring/Summer 2012 campaign shoot. They then chose the final 11 citizens to be the face of the campaign, all of whom represent the brand’s diverse following.

For more information on the brand, or to find your nearest stockist, go to the website here: Farah Vintage.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. February 1, 2012 6:18 pm

    i think it’s alright yeah, some nice outerwear (the jacket seems very folk-like though) but i wish there was a few more classic trousers

  2. February 1, 2012 11:37 pm

    Mat, you can’t get a more classic trouser (as opposed to denim.) than a pair of hopsack Farah. I was wearing them for school/leisure in 1983 and I know they’re available and I’m sure they remain unchanged to this day. 😉

  3. February 4, 2012 1:59 pm

    I love farah and this lot does not disapoint.

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