Beams drop it’s official 2017 fall/winter in-house lookbook. As usual the collection encompasses a huge collection of products, everything from bomb jackets to overshirts to corduroy trousers and shearling coats are well represented. This season also will see the release of collabs with North Face and Lacoste. There’s plenty of look ideas featured in the collection that showcase great layering and easy casual looks for Fall. It’s well worth looking through for outfit ideas but if you’re looking for particular pieces it’s best visit BEAMS’ official website.
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The Type II Levi’s Denim Jacket is my favorite denim jacket design. While the Type I is much more common and recognized, the type II’s distinct front pockets give it a much more balanced design in my opinion. As part of a new Mr.Porter intuitive, the site has teamed up with Beams to curate a collection of exclusive items from Japanese designers. OrSlow specializes in denim and forming new pieces based upon American vintage classics. This 1950’s style features a medium wash, light distressing and a reasonable price point compared to something like the Visvim 101. Get it at Mr.Porter.
GRIND Magazine Vol. 36 featured an assortment of MA-1s from Japanese brands. Included in the selection are bombers from C.E, Needles, Phenomenon, Undercover and BAPE. It’s currently brick city in NYC and that means that outerwear season is in full effect. See more after the jump
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Coca-Cola is a one of the world’s most recognized brands and a symbol of American influence. Historically Coca-Cola has been connected through the fashion through the production of licensed t-shirts and other collectable items. In the above videos NIGO® constructs an over-sized version of the Human Made logo using Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero, and Mello Yellow cans and speaks with Beams Men’s Creative Director on the inspiration behind the new range of Coca-Cola branded menswear. The collection features basic t-shirts and button-downs but also work-wear items that are crafted on what actual Coca-Cola employees wear.