If you’ve been looking for a label to transition from streetwear to a more ‘grown’ wardrobe, New York based Aimé Leon might be it. Pieces from their Winter collection drop today on exclusively on their website. Key selects from the season include the heavy sherpa fleece hoody, rib-neck turtleneck and leather bike jacket. For more coverage on the “0415 | 35th St.” collection click here, or go directly to their site to browse the assortment.
New York based label Aimé Leon Dore has been building momentum with their own take on clean men’s staples. Their look has always been understated and minimal but the latest collection titled ‘“0415 | 35th St.”’ may be their best yet. The focus is on texture and that shows in the various knit pieces and while made in New York, the fabrics are imported from Japan. Standouts include the shaggy fleece hoodie and shawl coat. Pieces are now available online.
The wet cold climate of Northern England provides a fitting backdrop for End Clothing’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection. A series of layered looks are found in this new editorial. Included are a wide array of pieces from END’s diverse roster of brands. Included in the shoot are technical outerwear from Stone Island, footwear by Visvim and pieces from Tommorowland and Wacko Maria.
Browse the latest on END and see the entire editorial after the jump.
Beauty & Youth is one of the retailers at the forefront of Japanese contemporary fashion. GRIND Magazine has been delivering some of the best editorials of the past few years and continues to crush it with this take on Fall/Winter. The editorial features garments from the likes of PHINGERIN, Vainl Archive and Bedwin & the Heartbreakers. The casual streetstyle feel of the photos places all the garments here in a very wearable context.
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Though pieces from the FW15 collection from C.E have been floating around for over a month now, the Tokyo based streetwear label dropped a new lookbook to showcase items from the collection. Shot against a utilitarian brick background that recalls some of the ziggurat designs present in the line, the new lookbook runs through the usual assortment of hoodies, outerwear , accessories and pants that C.E has been come to known. The collection is a quite colorful for a cold weather season and is modeled by legendary electronic music producer Joy Orbison. Check it out after the jump and shop items on C.E or Bodega.
GRIND London continues to deliver another season of strong streetwear basics. While the label doesn’t stray far from the formula of graphic tees, hoodies and crewnecks of most streetwear labels, it’s nice to see a different set of references being used as the basis of the brand’s look and feel. The lookbook for the FW15 season is shot by photographer Vicky Grout and features casually styled looks with a with an array of button-downs, tees and caps/beanies.
Popeye Magazine filters the WTAPS military aesthetic through this skateboarding themed editorial. The effortless style of skateboarders is captured here in motion. Key pieces from the Fall/Winter 2015 collection are highlighted including a selection of button downs, jeans and a new satin bomber (a collab with Ebbet’s Field) and field jacket.
ACRONYM is one of the leaders in the field of functional technical garments. The Berlin based label has cultivated a worldwide cult following for it’s products and for good reason; there’s really not much that compares on the market. The fall/winter 2015 season brings back popular styles including the 3A-1 Interops Messenger Bag Bag and an assortment of Gore-Tex hardshells. Ontop of the always excellent outwear, the pants in the collection are well worth noting. The P10 pant for example is fabricated in schoeller® 3XDRY® Dryskin™ fabric ensuring waterproof performance in a great versatile tapered fit. Over the years Acronym has done an excellent job streaming their core product assortment and concept and this has resulted in one of their strongest collections to date.
With the collection already hitting online at ACRONYM and at retailers like END Clothing, Firament Berlin and Bureau Belfast be sure to save up and grab your grails quickly before sizes start disappearing.
WTAPS designer Tetsu Nishiyama created Descendant with the concept of it being a line with a common aesthetic for men, women and even kids. The line is a departure from WTAPS in that it pulls more from streetwear and sportswear than military inspirations. Pieces include simple sweats, tees, flannels and outerwear.
More information can be found directly on the Descedant website.
Abasi Rosborough has released an inspired new editorial highlighting it’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection. The New York based label gives a closer look at some of the detailing on it’s key cold weather pieces , including signature textured knits, wool coats and smart fitting trousers. The collection is one of my favorites from the label and it plays to the brand’s strengths – sharp tailoring and innovative fabrics. There’s alot of influences at play here, but they balance out to offer something for the guy’s out there looking for new exciting additions to their winter wardrobes. The collection is available through the brand’s own website or Farfetch.
See all the looks after the jump.