Woolrich hit us with a surprise recently by locking in R&B/Hip-Hop legend Lauryn Hill for her first-ever fashion campaign, and now the heritage brand is keeping with the music/style synergy by linking with Downtown jazz crew ONYX Collective.

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For the second round in the “Woolrich: American Soul Since 1830” campaign, the burgeoning, sonically-smooth crew of musicians give their take on what it means to embody “American Soul.” Pieces like the Sierra Supreme Parka and Arctic Parka look snug and stylish, with the band, including singers Raphaelle and Zarina Nares who are also featured, making it all look like the perfect collection for the impending autumn season.

Expect the full Wollrich “American Soul Since 1830” FW18 collection to arrive this month in-store and at select stockists, but let the ONYX Collective show you how to rock it all in the lookbook images below:

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