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The Danish brand presents a spring collection that is stronger than ever.

If you haven’t heard of Fonnesbech, it’s a recently relaunched Danish brand with a heritage from 1847. Their ambition – now as well as then – is to produce high-quality products for the curated wardrobe, with an innovative approach to materials and design. The spring 2017 lookbook, “Downtown desert”, has us urgently longing for brighter days. Here are some of our favorite looks to spark some summer dreaming:

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Visit Fonnesbech here.


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