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LOOKBOOK FALL 2021

A collection inspired by the 1970s and harvest season, where the leaves fall beautifully on the streets in red and orange tones. The time of year, where we celebrate the ending of summer and reap the fruits of our labor.

Most of the prints in the collections are originally dated from the late 1960’s and 1970’s, giving the collection a retro but still modern touch. Our big watercolour flower print and retro swirl flower print are both made from hand drawn artworks, which gives them a very artistic and expressive look. Mixed with wardrobe staples in classic colors like black, dark brown and grey, you can make a personal yet elegant look for both late summer and long into winter.

Musthave for this season is a good jacket to keep you warm - Textured and patterned outerwear to match all your autumn looks. A classic fitted coat in herringbone wool mix or maybe one of the cosy down coats for the cold winter. We also have the perfect capes for the changing seasons, whether you like an oversized checked trendy look or a more classic wool version with sporty details.

Take an extra look at the Italian fabrics for a luxurious, but yet casual outfit. This is also where you will find fabrics made from recycled fibers. Beautiful checks for both classic suiting and feminine dresses. Casual boucles for short jackets - use indoors on the cold days and outdoors in the late summer months.

Mix and match the color stories or go all in with tone in tone looks. Wear the fancy dresses with an oversize knit for a feminine everyday look. In the lookbook, we have styled our blue corn print with a dusty pink alpaca knit and beige chunky boots - this is how we see the PBO woman on the go during the day. Feminine with an edge.

This fall collection is celebrating both endings and new beginnings. Everytime a door closes, a new one opens - we are always learning and making progress. We believe in being grateful, even when things seem hard. Better times are coming and hard times are here to make us better versions of ourselves. We hope you want to go on this journey with us.