FRENN AW18 x Stig Baumgartner

Eero Böök

Eero Böök

Would you wear a piece of art?

FRENN AW18 Lookbook

Two creative professionals from Finland, Antti Laitinen and Jarkko Kallio founded FRENN in 2013 fulfilling the need to update menswear traditions with innovation and ease. They both have over twenty years’ experience in textile and clothing industry, earning their stripes in major Finnish textile and design firms 

Helsinki-based menswear line combines straightforward honest Finnish design, relaxed sophistication and urban functionality with an edge. For AW18 their core, the modern craftsmanship and attention to detail is updated with fresh Scandinavian colours, rich textures and a print from collaboration with Finnish artist Stig Baumgartner. 

FRENN AW18 Lookbook

Artist Stig Baumgartner in his atelier (Picture: Milka Mansikka)

Inspired by Baumgartner The AW18 collection brings out more intensive colour contrasts, interesting textures and prints and takes a leap towards more contemporary menswear. New functional fabrics take wearability and comfort yet to another level. Nano finished and machine washable wools are a perfect choice for work, travel and leisure.

FRENN AW18 Lookbook

From this collection you are able to find the key pieces, which every modern man needs in their wardrobe. This includes: Shirts, blazers, t-shirts, socks and stylish trousers that are suitable for any occasion.

We are excited and proud of this collaboration as some of the most amazing pieces are only available at IVALO.

Are you ready to wear a piece of art?

Explore the collection from here!

Eero Böök

Eero Böök

Head of Men's Fashion

+44 7449 313 528

eero@ivalo.com

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