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WTAPS delivers a series of new items for Fall/Winter 2017. The drop includes some key staples from graphic tees to BDU field shirts, cargo pants and jackets. For another look at the official lookbook, re-visit it over HERE.

You can shop the items over at END and Need Supply.

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Boris Bidjan Saberi has continued their collaborative line with Salomon. Right now there’s two models available that are well worth your attention. First off is the Bamba 2 , a high-top zip-up boot that pairs an extended high cut per with a clean chunky white midsole. Other key features are the waterproof zipper, reflective branding, contra grip seal, and elastic collar. Available in three color ways but picked up by very few retailers these have arrived in 3 color ways to date. Perhaps this will mark the beginning of even more experimental models that come as a result of this partnership.

Get them at Farfetch,Vertice London and Suppa Store.

Check out more photos of the sneaker below

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We all need seasonal pieces to fill in the gaps and Carhartt WIP has been reliably providing that since it’s inception. The workwear offshoot steps up this season with some new takes on Carhartt classics like overalls, chore coats, insulated parkas and hoodies. Fall/Winter 2017 also sees the return of the a small military inspired selection, highlighted by ripstop fabrics and camo patterns.

You can also expect a number of wool iterations of classic Carhartt WIP styles, as well as seasonal check flannels. A selection of futuristic sportswear, marked by reflective detailing and minimalist branding, rounds out the collection. Check out the full lookbook below, shot by British photographer Ian Kenneth Bird and shop the selection on the Carhartt WIP site or stockists including Caliroots.

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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 latest GRIND Magazine‘s issue features a strong editorial with pieces from Sacais Fall/Winter 2017 collection. The styling mixes loose shapes with oversized outerwear. Knits and a heavy down parka are highlights shown in the editorial. Click through to see the rest. Look for Sacai pieces online at stockiest including SSENSE.

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Adidas Y-3 first presented this collection at Paris Fashion week and now they’ve released their latest campaign mixing nature and technology. The collection further’s the direction Y-3 has been heading but mixes in some new elements such as the perforated knitwear and footwear selections that are even more progressive than we’ve seen in the past. The color palette is made up of black, green and blues to highlight the striking designs of the garments. Look for it to hit retailers including Y-3 soon.

See the rest of the collection after the jump

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Noah is a label that is always worth keeping an eye on. Designer Brandon Babenzian delivers one of his strongest showings yet with this Fall/Winter 2017 lookbook. Really exploring 80s and 90s New York street style, the collection is a mix of preppy knits, simple graphic streetwear, and excellent styled tailored pieces. One of the hardest looks to pull off is the suit with a graphic tee and it’s done here effortlessly. Look for pieces to drop soon over at Noah.

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SOPHNET is one of those Japanese streetwear labels that’s consistent as hell but somehow remains under the mainstream radar. As one of the better kept secrets in fashion outside of Asia, SOPHNET delivers strong staples each year. Fall/Winter 2017 is no exception with another strong lineup of garments. My favorites this time around are the leather bomber, knits and technical outerwear pieces. The hard part is tracking down the items themselves but look for a good selection from SOPHNET over at END.

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Led by WTAPS founder Tetsu Nishiyama, FPAR exists as a graphic lead streetwear label. FPAR’s newest seasonal collection continues draw on their history of political slogans and subversive attitude. The collection includes bold ‘FPARMY’ statement prints alongside graffiti inspired fonts and slogan tees.

Since it’s humble beginnings in 1993, FPAR stays true to it’s mission statement – to subvert traditional media concepts with garments that will spark self-expression and open debate. Get the collection over at A Number of Names.

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Japan is a shopper’s paradise for thousands of reasons and the North Face Purple Label is among them. While branded as North Face, these pieces are a lot more fashion leaning than the North Face products you normally see in North America. As has become routine for the label, the look book is uni-sex featuring men’s and women looks. The color palette mixes blues and neutrals with tans and khaki. Standout pieces include  a fantastic pullover anorak , fleeces and thick knits.

You can shop the items through the Nanamica online shop.

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