Unless you're George Clooney in Up In The Air, a flight attendant, or a Danish citizen, we're guessing trips to Copenhagen aren't exactly commonplace (and if they are, we want to be you). Until now, your dose of cult Danish brand Won Hundred, was probably limited solely to international vacations. Well, all that's about to change—Won Hundred's fall '10 collection is finally arriving stateside with a huge range of their signature autumn denim, winter wool, chunky coats, and snow-ready booties. The brainchild of fashion industry vet Nikolaj Nielsen, the line, already a staple across the Atlantic, has got classic tailoring and a sleek Nordic edge. It's almost as if Nielsen decided to toss our favorite fashion labels into a giant fashion blender for a major mash-up of Rag & Bone, A.P.C., and Helmut Lang. So excited are we to ditch our sunglasses for cooler temps, we may have already placed an order for the gray and black paneled Resta leggings ($145) and the plaid Burberry-esque Ebba trench ($460). Now, all we've got to do is get our hands on a pair of suede Hawke booties ($340), and an extra hot latté because saying goodbye to summer never felt this forbløffende. That's Danish for "amazing!"
Be the first one to bundle up and brave the cooler weather without a trip to Denmark in a exclusive look from the fall 10' Won Hundred collection. Comment on the story and tell us what your favorite fall getup is and where you'd like to wear it. One lucky winner will take home a stellar pair of the Resta two-tone leggings, plus a pair of of the Haze Classic Jeans (both above).
Won Hundred is available at Dear Fieldbinder; 198 Smith Street (between Baltic and Warren streets); 718-852-3620
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