Currently viewing the tag: "Fall/Winter 2016"

It’s hard to believe that Nike Lab and Jun Takahashi of Undercover have been collaborating on their line of running apparel Gyakusou for over six years. Through the process, the collection has continually evolved drawing from both Nike technology and Jun Takahashi’s punk sensibilities. While I felt the last few seasons have been lackluster, Gyaksou returns in fine form this year. The line features an fantastic color palette for fall and even sees a return of the infamous UC Giz print. The above video gives insight into the design process and great cropped views of the gear in motion.

Included are new items including a water-resistant LunarEpic Flyknit trainer, Aeroloft down jackets with removable sleeves.  Launching November 10th online and at select NikeLab stockists online such as END and Dover St Market.

The collection is now available at Nike Lab.

See all the images after the jump

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

Undercover returns this season for a second round of collaborations with Supreme. The line this year is even more expansive than last years selection. The typical selection of branded typographic graphics is back along with some suprises (a doc martin boot, supreme GILApple and a reversible bomber). Graphic zip and pullover hoodies, tees, an all over coaches jacke,  bondage pant and a wool coat are some of the other options available this time around.  While the fit and production looks to come from Supreme, expect the line to sell out immediately regardless. Personally I think this collection is a step up from last years, and I have a feeling we might see this become a yearly thing similar to the CdG x Supreme capsules. Whether it’s worth the resell pricing or the hassle is up to you.

The collection will be available at Supreme’s in-store locations in New York, Los Angles, London, Paris, as well as its online store from September 22. Japan will see a September 24 launch date.

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

Yesterday say not just the release of the ACRONYM x Nike Presto Mids, but also the unveiling of the collection itself. The German based techwear pioneers present a strong array of pieces for the colder weather months. Outerwear wise two designs really steal the show in my opinion; the J43A-GT and the J53TS-GT. These two designs have all the functionality expected from Acronym outerwear but the feel and fit of the pieces is precise and refined. Other new highlights include the J57TS-SS bomber jacket, the P24A-DS cargo pant.

Acronym continues to build momentum and a worldwide fanbase, but the downside of their growth is that their products are selling faster than ever before. Some items from this season are already sold out on the ACR website. Luckily there are a good selection of other stockists including END, Haven, HBX, Bdga, Hanon Shop, Bureau Belfast, Belief Moscow and Firmament Berlin.

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

Sasquatchfabrix. has has spent the past year raising it’s brand profile. The brand activity included a capsule with beams and a hyped up Supreme collab. Despite all these ventures, Sasquatchfabrix gets down to the roots of their style with this collection. The clothing is equal parts recreations of historic Japanese garments with modernized fits and styling. We see this combination in the creative reinterpretations of kimonos. Other key items from the fall range are the bomber jackets, padded trousers and long draped coats.

Look for the item to release to Sasquatchfabrix stockists incluing Mr.Porter and SSENSE.

 

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

And Wander is the type of brand that could only exist in Japan. It’s a niche enthusiast hiking and outdoor label that makes specialized gear for that purpose. That being said the utilitarian design doesn’t take away from the fact that And Wander really finesses and stylizes each piece.   Notable items include the tech-shells and a wild waterproof cape that you can see in the looks below. If you’re looking for stylish performance gear that can blend in with the clothes you already have , And Wander FW16 should serve you well.

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

JieDa is a cult label in Japan that focuses on offering diverse versatile styles that wearers can incorporate into their own personal style. While it’s stockists are mainly in Asia, the label seems like it may be worth seeking out. Their Fall/Winter 2016 is a remix of many of the current mens trends – tonal styling, oversized jackets and bombers and baggier cut trousers. Hit the proxy and shop the brand direct online.

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

New York based GHSTS is making it’s debut this year with their first collection for Fall/Winter 16. While the brand dropped a few select pieces in the past, the line has expanded past t-shirts to a collection with gear for both girls and guys.

The designers Joseph Keefer & Samantha McElrath are based out of LA where the clothing is produced utilizing premium Japanese, Italian, and American fabrics. The A/W 2016 Nothing/Nowhere is inspired by punk and hardcore of the 80s, Ed Ruscha’s irreverent use of typography, the color palettes of Helen Frankenthaler’s moodier pieces, and the ideals of Dieter Rams. All this comes together in a clean collection with subtle detailing that focuses on core pieces – hoodies, crewnecks, tees and bombers. Check the lookbook after the jump and visit their website for more info.

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

Engineered Garments designer Daiki Suzuki makes clothing that can blend into almost any guy’s wardrobe. The New York based label has had a storied track record of making garments that can compliment the full gamut of menswear styles. Looking ahead to the Fall/Winter 2016 season, layering and utility rule the day. Heavy outerwear and coating is combined with cardigans, plaid shirting and workwear pieces. While items like the long anorak style parka and the distressed leather jacket steal the show, they are compliment by solid staples including wool pants, plaid trousers and even velour pieces.

Look for pieces to start arriving in-stores like END and Barneys later this summer.

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

John Elliot (formerly John Elliot Co) is best known for men’s basics; the crux of which have been his hoodies, sweatshirts and crewnecks. Styles such as the Villain hoody, Escobar Sweatpants, and Mercer tees have gained a dedicated following and helped propel the brand’s growth to new markets. For Fall/Winter 2016 , the label aims to established a broader scope, bringing in new pieces like a shaggy fleece pullover (which resembles vintage Patagonia),  quilted down pieces and heavier wool and leather outerwear pieces. The show was sequenced and styled by color, going from clinical all-white looks to greys, olives and finally deep burgundy. Time will tell if guys will snap up the more elaborate pieces as quickly as as the basics but look for the items to be available this summer through their official site and stockists.

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with:
 

Uniform Experiment looks to summer with it’s new lookbook featuring key pieces from the collection.  Expect well executed streetwear pieces and relaxed styling.  Graphical text logos and a range of patterns add visual impact. Watch their SS16 video to see the more of the collection and  check the collection after the jump. 

Continue reading »

FacebooktwitterreddittumblrmailFacebooktwitterreddittumblrmail
Tagged with: