FACTOTUM (try saying that out loud three times) put out this lookbook for their Fall/Winter 2013/14 collection. The head designer  Koji Udo is evidently a big fan of literary legend Charles Bukowski (to which he owes the brand name). Bukowski is also the source of inspiration for this collection. Bukowski’s book ‘Post Office’ informs this collection and there are visible elements from both American and British post office uniforms worked into the range. The key symbol for this is the bald eagle which finds itself on many of the pieces.

The simple styling makes this collection quite approachable without being boring. The outwear and knitwear pieces do steal the spotlight as the pants here tend to be quite minimal. There’s a mix of cropped jackets/bombers and longer cardigans/overcoats and even a few Budweiser-inspired  flips. This lookbook definitely provides solid visual inspiration for those looking to stay stylishly low-key this fall.  If you’re not familiar with the brand and like what you see here I recommend you go through their lookbook archives HERE

More looks after the jump.

 

Source: Fashion Press 

 

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