John Elliot (formerly John Elliot Co) is best known for men’s basics; the crux of which have been his hoodies, sweatshirts and crewnecks. Styles such as the Villain hoody, Escobar Sweatpants, and Mercer tees have gained a dedicated following and helped propel the brand’s growth to new markets. For Fall/Winter 2016 , the label aims to established a broader scope, bringing in new pieces like a shaggy fleece pullover (which resembles vintage Patagonia),  quilted down pieces and heavier wool and leather outerwear pieces. The show was sequenced and styled by color, going from clinical all-white looks to greys, olives and finally deep burgundy. Time will tell if guys will snap up the more elaborate pieces as quickly as as the basics but look for the items to be available this summer through their official site and stockists.

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Summer time is peak Cozy Boyz season and I Love Ugly has put together a collection catering to just that sensibility. The brand is probably best known for it’s comfortable range of joggers (sweatpants) but a new focus is the denim in the collection. Light neutrals and tans are mixed in with patterns like camo and  wrinkled fabrics and fuzzy knits. Look for the items available in-store at I Love Ugly stores in LA , Australia and New Zealand or via their online store

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London based boutique sneakersnstuff was given the opportunity to create their own Adidas Ultra Boost. Part of the ‘tee time’ pack the shoe sold out almost instantly when it dropped there. Today the wider release takes place with select boutiques around the world releasing the minimal sneaker. White and black knit upper is complimented with a clean white back heel and a  golf hole’ inspired detail on the tongue.

Dropping today at 6PM ET at Slam Jam Socialism and Overkill and 7PM ET at End Clothing.

 

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Shadow Project is home to some of Stone Island’s most progressive designs.  The spring/summer 2016 collection will appeal to long-time Stone Island fans as well as guys looking to add a solid technical piece into their current wardrobe . The spring/summer 2016 is laced with an array of color options outside of the usual black, white and grey. Some of my favorite pieces include the Anorak, the cargo pants and the long shirting. Graphic tees and a slip-on sneaker round out the selection.

Check the rest of the collection after the jump and look for it to release online soon. 

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FPAR stands for Forty Percents Against Rights and was started by WTAPS designer Tetsu Nishiyama in 1993. The line uses political statements and guerrilla messaging as the crux of it’s designs. A wide array of inspirations helped shape the spring/summer range, from Beavis and Butthead logo to old horror films. You can pickup the pieces at a number of names store* , End Clothing and Slam Jam Socialism.

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Uniform Experiment looks to summer with it’s new lookbook featuring key pieces from the collection.  Expect well executed streetwear pieces and relaxed styling.  Graphical text logos and a range of patterns add visual impact. Watch their SS16 video to see the more of the collection and  check the collection after the jump. 

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Nike has not been afraid to adapt and change some of it’s best known sneakers. The Air Force 1 is one of their longest running classics and the latest iteration adorns the upper with their patented flyknit construction. Not only is the sneaker completely transformed by the switch in materials, there also fundamentally changed the sole itself, resulting in a shoe that’s half the weight of the original Air Force One. This multi-color flyknit model is now available at Nike along with red and black colorways. Expect more variations on the AF1 Ultra Flyknit to drop soon.

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Canadian retailer Haven announced their second collaborative collection with Urahara based streetwear legends Neighborhood. 4 pieces will release this saturday under the name “Dark Savage”. Included are two flannel “Lumbers” button downs, graphic tees and the heavily distressed, damaged and repaired “Savage” denim and Western inspired “Highliner” shirt. All the gear will be exclusively available at HAVEN in-store and online.

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Neighborhood’s new lookbook Spring/Summer 2016 is divided into three distinct sections. The first shows looks that play on military staples and styling. The second is a denim themed, with full outfits of indigo distressed jeans and jackets. The third harkens back to early 1900s American looks, bringing back the types of pieces that may have been worn by craftsmen and factory workers of the era. More information is available on the Neighborhood website in anticipation of a February release.

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WTAPS founder Tetsu Nishiyama also runs FPAR (Forty Per Cent Against Rights), which is a niche graphic based line. Many of the graphics are straight to the point and draw influence from propaganda and fringe rebel movements worldwide. Two standouts from the 2016 release are this Beavis and Butthead logo flip and the collegiate styled Courage crewneck. Both are available at END Clothing.

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