Outlier has been one of the best American brands when it comes to producing a tech pant that is suitable for the office and everday life. The brand’s new lookbook showcases different silhouettes on some of their pants and items for the warmer weather. The 60/30 Big Blazer is based off of the brand’s signature 60/30 Blazer, this time with a loose cut flow for breathability. To complement the blazer are two pairs of pants — the 60/30 baggies, which are a wide-legged classic and the 60/30 de Campos, a loose but tapered pant.
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Frequent visitors to this site are probably familiar with some of the past collections from Eyes & Sins. The team deliver a new lookbook for the warmer spring/summer months. For Spring/Summer 2016, some feudal Japanese influences make their way into the mix and this is manifested in the incredible noragi-style jacket shown above. The line brings back some popular styles like the cargo pant and tactical vest in new fabrications. The styling and layering are top notch as usual and this stands as one of the best collections to date that the Guerrilla Group collective has brought out.
Select pieces from SS16 are already available on their website.
JieDa is a cult label in Japan that focuses on offering diverse versatile styles that wearers can incorporate into their own personal style. While it’s stockists are mainly in Asia, the label seems like it may be worth seeking out. Their Fall/Winter 2016 is a remix of many of the current mens trends – tonal styling, oversized jackets and bombers and baggier cut trousers. Hit the proxy and shop the brand direct online.
Nike and Undercover continue their bi-annual collections with new pieces in time for Spring/Summer 2016. Technical running gear is the focus and this season there’s perforated mesh and heat map detailing. Alongside the apparel two color-ways of the Nike LunarEpic will be releasing. Look for the first delivery to be available on March 10 via Nike Lab site and select retailers.
Since 2008, GRIND London has been pushing thoughtful streetwear designs that are rooted in the subcultures found in the English capital. The spring/summer 2016 collection ‘Capital’ is inspired by the pursuit to gain. Clever mottos and collaged imagery on streetwear basics exist alongside more elaborate pieces like bowling shirts and short-sleeve shirting. For more on the collection hit up the GRIND London website.
Canadian label Reigning Champ serves up a lookbook shot in it’s home base of Vancouver. As to be expected from the range, the focus is on cotton basics, sweatshirts, hoodies , sweatpants. As always RC delivers considered details, quality construction and great fabrics like Ringspun Jersey and Lightweight, Midweight and Heavyweight Terry. Click through to see the range and visit their online shop for more.
We previously covered the fall collection from Canada based Illustrated Example. The Vancouver based label produces their garments in Canada and offers clean-cut high-quality basics without charging a huge premium. The styling utilizes light spring jackets mixed with dry denim, cotton jackets and finished off with sneakers by Adidas and Vans. Find the collection at Livestock or direct through Illustrated Example.
WTAPS is set to release it’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection. The “EX.32″collection lookbook is a return to a less fitted look and prominently features a range of bomber jackets, cotton outerwear and hiking boots. Shorts, BDUS and distressed denim combine with jerseys, hoodies and work shirts layered under outerwear at times. The collection continues WTAPS trend of moving towards streetwear and away from it’s militant roots.
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Fashion is booming in South Korea but many of the brands there have stayed under the radar to an international audience. One label making a name for itself is Liful; an accessible streetwear making minimal trendy clothes. The label already has several brick and mortar retail shops and with it’s “Room 090” collection plans to capture even more attention through this vintage focused offering. A mix of boxy hoodies, pullovers and crewnecks mixed with more refined items like shop coats and cardigans. Liful is one to watch and I wouldn’t be suprised if they began to make a larger impact outside their native country.
As expected Supreme drops it’s lookbook and preview of the spring/summer 2016 season. The lookbook showcases a quick snapshot of some of the key items available. Some highlights include the taped seam parka, washed out denim jackets and a boucle bomber jacket. The New York and LA locations will release the first drop from the collection this Thursday, February 18.