Akomplice launches their Holiday Look Book

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Akomplice is back this holiday season as they launch their Holiday Look Book just in time to help you decide exactly what you should have under the tree. 

Check out their entire Holiday Look Book here: http://www.akomplice-clothing.com/fw2011/

And to get a better take on what they are offering you can scope out the entire line here: http://www.akomplice-clothing.com/fw2011/collection.html

From Akomplice:

For our Winter collection we focused on clean, minimally branded cotton twill jackets and classic pieces with a contemporary twist. Our other main interest with this collection was to create everyday wearable pieces that offer a variety of uses and different looks. I believe we achieved this with detachable hoods, all the options for adjustments, and with the new hyperlight technology. We are especially proud of the windbreaker that stuffs into its own pocket creating a cool, versatile piece in which functionality and aesthetic appeal coincide. Our goal is to only output amazing items to the world that people will love, and hold onto for many years to come.

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