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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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Highlighting some new releases from Stone Island that will work easily into your wardrobe. First off is the nylon metal overshirt. The material from the shirting using Nylon Metal, a woven fabric that has a distinctive metallic finish. A hidden placket zipper and nylon mesh lining round out the package. If you’re looking for something that’s more of a easy sportswear piece, this crewneck Sweatshirt in Marine Blue is super simple and in a hue that will transition well across seasons.

Both pieces are available over at 18 Montrose.

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Canadian label wings+horns brings another collection of it’s well made minimalist garments for fall/winter 2017. The black and white lookbook they released previews key pieces from the capsule. Looking at the pieces themselves look out for the Cabin Fleece, a Static Twill Mac Coat and a selection of wool sweaters.

Check out more on the wings+horns webshop or stockists like Need Supply.

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The Fall/Winter collection Needles has a bohemian feel throughout. There’s plenty of eclectic looks in here that feature plenty of patterns and wide silhouettes. As to be expected from Needles, the clothing has a vintage Americana feel exemplified in pieces like the oversized leather coach jacket, argyle mohair cardigan and the flared pleated pants.

Look for the items in shops including Union Made and END.

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When Junya showed his fall/winter 2018 collection, the standout pieces were definitely his collaboration pieces with North Face. Pulling both from the vintage North Face archive as well as Junya’s signature detailing. Included among the drop are zip hoodies, varsity jackets and an oxford jacket. The entire selection is available online at Dover Street Market.

Other shops include COMME des GARCONS stores and The North Face flagships will have the collection.

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Nigo is back with a cold weather collection for his Human Made brand. The label really focuses on vintage fabrications and nostalgic Americana. The pieces really have to be seen up close to be fully appreciated but they’re on display here on models who aren’t Nigo for once. Some key items include a burger themed souvenir, flannels and down items. Distribution for Human Made is still quite limited but END and IDOl are good bets.

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HBX highlights key pieces from Stone Island’s fall selections with a new editorial.  A mix of graphic tees, accessories and outerwear show off the versatility of the collection. Some of the key pieces are the Garment Dyed Down Jacket and the fitted knit pieces. While it might be a little early for cold weather gear, you can check out the pieces in detail over at HBX.

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