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Fashion|’The Long Way Home’ Few & Far 2014 LookBook


• Australian based brand, Few & Far Collective is an independently owned designer who focuses on creating and delivering quality & limited edition artworks, garments and collectibles.  Derived from the love of art & the tattoo industry, the collections from Few and Far streetwear aspire to be more than the average brand. Part of this brands ethics is to collaborate with renown artist to deliver pieces that may never exist otherwise. Keeping true to their community and beliefs all of F&F’s pieces are locally sourced, hand printed, tailored and finished in Australia.

Watch thier latest Video LookBook and vview pictures of their latest Hats, Bags, Shirts and Pants. With fine quailty production, F&F present a collection of detailed printed T-shirts consisting of amazing tattoo styled art. The shirts are accompanied by wool hats, brand name printed Hoodies, snap-back caps, sweatpants, and can be accessoried by their carry bags.

Both the photo shoot and video are based on a couple who are spending a beautiful day in the Austrialin rain forest. Models Thomas Davenport and Sophia Liordos showcase the Winter collection as they journey thru this wilderness of breathtaking beauty. Photographed by Melissa Findley and filmed by Cale Rodriguez these visual give a clear detailing of what Few & Far have to offer. The video is graced by the musical talents of Kid Smpl’s track “Silo Tear”.

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