Line To Watch: Wolf & Rita

January 29, 2014

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A new line to keep an eye out for: Wolf & Rita. Having launched this past season, the Portuguese line specializes in high quality shirts that are all domestically made using the finest fabrics available. The line’s debut collection, entitled ”Indian Winter,” was inspired by the American photographer Edward Sheriff Curtis, whose photos have helped preserve the history and traditions of many Native American tribes that have since disappeared. The designs, which range from simple and sophisticated to unique and totally crazy, are intended to encourage their wearers to unleash their free spirit, go wild, and have fun each and every day. Check them all out here!






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