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A serene and simplistic collection in many ways, UC spring/summer 2021 is a breath of fresh air. The designer was inspired by Japanese tea ceremonies and the garb that was associated with it from robe-coats to geta flip-flops. A simple palette of navy, tans, browns and black make this a collection that doesn’t scream out for attention on its own by is meant to be incorporated with an existing wardrobe.

Check out all the looks below and look for it to hit retailers like SSENSE soon.

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With over 40 looks, EG delivers countless strong looks for fall and winter. This lookbook is a masterclass in layering and it offers up so many different styles that are somehow all representative of what Engineered Garments represents as a brand. The lookbook really emphasizes the power of complete looks over highlighting individual pieces.

Check out the Nepenthe’s website  and stockists including END who’ll be getting in pieces from the collection.

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Veilance sticks to their tried and true formula of tech minimalism once again delivering a series of clean minimal slim cuts. This time around there’s some new colors added to the palette including a bright electrine blue and neon green. Look for a selection to hit retailers like Mr.Porter in the coming months.

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Undercover turned thirty this year and it celebrated with collaborative pieces with five of their closest friends. The occasion gave the brand a chance to reflect on its history as well to look forward to another decade of making noise.

The FW2021 isn’t revolutionary as you’ll see the opt repeated Undercover formula : thoughtful color palettes, screen-printed outerwear and shapes and garments that still reflect the brand’s punk origins. It’s hard to say why this collection is so well done but it lies in the fact that the pieces will reveal that they’re Undercover without needing to scream it. Bombers, leather, hoodies, jeans, and parkas, it’s all here in spades and Fall/Winter 2021 collection is centered around garments you can wear everyday. There’s some inclusion of collaborations including jackets done in tandem with east pak and high-top dunk via way of Undercover.

Explore the collection on the UC site and look for it to drop at stockists including SSENSE in the coming weeks.

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New York-based menswear line s.k. manor hill is inspired by vintage garments and classic silhouettes from around the world. They’ve evolved quite a bit in recent seasons and for Fall/Winter 2021 the brand has achieved one of the best collections to date. A simple palette of greys, cream, navy and black help carry the collection by using texture and silhouette to highlight key pieces. If you’re looking for ideas on how to layer and dress through the colder months there have been few better references than this one. Take a look below at all the looks from the collection.

Find the collection at stockists including Garmentory and Lost & Found.

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C.E. returns with a new set of looks for Spring/Summer 2020. The Japanese streetwear label has been in a comfortable position with their presentation and graphics for a couple years now and once again they mix subversive graphics with a mix of different materials in the necessary warm weather staples. While I do miss the more elaborate lookbooks the brand has put out in the past, it’s nice to see a fresh color palette here that includes everything from subdued pastels to bright earth tones. Look for items on C.E’s own webshop as well as stockists including SJS.

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Nanamica presents a simple summer weather lookbook. The clothes have a clean nautical theme and offer up refined versions of men’s classics like mac coats, rugby shirts and vintage chinos. For rainier weather, nanamica also came prepared with a selection of nanamica GORE-TEX PACKLITE PLUS jackets. As always the lookbook is presented with minimalistic styling and excellent photography. Find the items over at Nanamica’s official webstore

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Italian brand NemeN drew a new audience with their Acronym collaboration from a couple years ago. They continue to push the envelope when it comes to developments in garment treatment. The complete Spring/Summer 2019 It’s the brand’s largest range so far consisting of outerwear, t-shirts, accessories and pants. 

The first collaboration is with Japanese accessories brand Master-piece, comprising 3 different bag styles. The second is with CLASH, an Italian underground spray-can producer, and consists of custom spray-cans in 2 colors, 15mm nib custom markers, a T-shirt, and a bomber vest and holster to carry spray-cans.

Perhaps the most interesting pieces from the collection are the result of an acid-dye treatment on nylon.  Garments are constructed from acid-dye treated nylon or monofilament nylon with rubberized polyester. The look it provides offers up a unique texture and appearance. 

Finally, NemeN’s first-ever pants are constructed from technical nylon Taslan, whereas the T-shirts and sweatshirts are made from quality cotton with an integrated nylon armband. You can shop the collection directly at Browns

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When it comes to finding staple pieces to work into your wardrobe, Uniqlo is difficult to beat. Their U line just happens to excel at offering items that are more interesting than their regular selection. That’s no surprised considering the project is creative directed by Christophe Lemaire. Bright colors, boxy cuts and on-trend styling make this selection worth looking at. Look for items to start popping up in-store and online at Uniqlo stores worldwide.

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With an outdoor driven focus, Hyke has quietly released some of the best North Face collaborations to date. The Japanese brand has remained under the radar but the spring/summer 2019 season has them ramping up the scope of their collaboration to a full range of outerwear, accessories and clothing for both men and women. The simple black and tan colorways is accentuated by logo hits and clean minimal lines. The collection plays around with both oversize outerwear and slim streamlined pants and sneakers.

The collaboration first launches in japan at exclusive pre-sale events at The North Face Standard Futako-Tamagawa  on February 6 and Isetan Shinjuku on February 13 before arriving at domestic TNF retailers and Isetan’s web store shortly after. For more on the collection  , see all the lookbook images below as well as a video centered around the collaboration on Vimeo. Visit the official collaboration website for more information.

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