Every now and then a designer creates one of their strongest collections. I feel that way about Sacia’s Fall/Winter 2015 men’s collection. Obscure and hard to find outside Japan, Sacai and head designer Chitose Abe has raised her profile internationally with a collaboration with Nike and an expanding womenswear distribution. GRIND Magazine plays with the nomadic vibe of the collection in this new editorial.
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Progressive street wear publication GRIND has been highlighting C.E each season and the fall/winter 2015 is no exception. A selection of jackets, pants, hoodies and accessories are combined in a shoot emphasizing movement and graphics. Check our last C.E post for more info on the fall/winter collection.
GRIND Magazine puts their unique point of view on the Fall/Winter 2015 Neighborhood collection with this concise editorial. The photography focuses on the details in the outerwear and the relaxed styling is a logical accompaniment to Neighborhood’s take on street wear. My take on the collection is that the barbour-style coat is a banger. You can find current season NBHD stuff over at END.
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It’s no surprise that the team at Nepenthes has assembled another winning editorial highlighting a selection of spring/summer items from the likes of Needles, South2West8 and Engineered Garments. This editorial provides solid inspiration for dressing in hotter weather with fits that manage to work in a variety of pieces from top Japanese labels. The looks here styled by Naoki Ikeda capture the feeling of exploring the Japanese countryside and offer a textbook example of how conversation pieces can be toned down and made to be easily wearable. If you’re into any of the brands mentioned above , do yourself a favor and click through to see the rest of the editorial.
Undercover has been hard to find in North America until the last couple of years. One of the stores leading the charge in bringing cult Japanese labels to a global audience has been Haven. The team there put together this latest editorial using pieces from the Spring/Summer 2015 collection.
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SSENSE has put together a cleanly executed editorial that blurs the line between womenswear and menswear. The shoot includes tailored pieces from J.W. Anderson, Thom Browne, and Raf Simons , SSENSE proves that it’s more about how the pieces are worn above all else.
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The April 2015 issue of SENSE contains an editorial showing of the new collaborative gear between Supreme and Undercover modeled by Jason Dill. Among the items shown include a Schott Perfecto Leather , hoodies, jeans, t-shirts and a trench coat along with shoes and accessories (shoutout to that ‘bear pillow’)
There’s been leaked photos of what looks like low-top canvas sneakers and a trucker hat. It seems that production is handled by Supreme as the prices are much more in-line with the NY-based label’s usual pricing as opposed to Undercover’s mainline prices. It’ll be undoubtedly difficult to get hands on some of this gear but if you love something from the collection, going directly to the supreme webshop is the best bet.