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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.

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An offshoot of the Beauty & Youth label, Monkey Time is yet another entry in a long linage of terrible and strange Japanese brand names. While the label may look nothing like what it’s namesake would indicate, the fall/winter 2015 is a solid assortment of colder weather looks that riff on current menswear trends with creative styling. It’s a bit more sophisticated than the typical post-Rick goth look and if you evaluate the pieces themselves there’s many items worth owning including a few leather jackets, long bombers and wool coats. Availability may be an issue apart from United Arrows stores so keep tuned to the brand’s instagram and website for product info/releases.

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While still closely defined by it’s streetwear roots and the ‘motorcyclist’ aesthetic , the Neighborhood of recent years has gone towards referencing 40’s and 50’s Americana. This creates an interesting balance between the different sides of the brand, as the label is now releasing such a wide breadth of product. The fall/winter 2015 lookbook is highly stylized and has a strong workwear thread that runs throughout it. While workwear has been repeated over and over in the past few years, the angle at which NBHD  approaches it still feels fresh. On top of some rugged outwear coats and leather jackets, there’s some great denim in here. If you’re a bit intimidated by the selection, shopping the collection by piece through the website can give some more insight into how you can work these pieces into your own wardrobe. Check out the entire collection here

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Japan tends to incubate some of the strangest brand names in fashion. Despite the negative connotations of the name, Victim is putting out some solid stuff this fall/winter. The choice of model is definitely channeling a laid back young Keanu vibe. While some of the looks definitely have a vintage bohemian feel, the overall effect is clean and modern. Smart layering combined with some nicely made outerwear pieces make Victim a brand you should keep on your radar for future seasons.

View more pieces and shop online through their official site.

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Since Raf teamed up with Adidas, the footwear focus has shifted towards his collabs with the sneaker giant and away from his own namesake Italian produced sneakers. These classic Velcro sneakers are one of my favorites he’s done and they are now back in black leather. Made on a similar sole to Common Projects (that you are probably familiar with already). These are sure to go quick, so secure your pair as Raf only brings these back sporadically.

Available now for $750 at LN-CC.

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Supreme is an institution in New York City at this point. It’d be difficult to walk down any busy street in the city and not see someone wearing Supreme or carrying one of the shopping bags. While the brand has definitely shifted it’s product mix over the years, the DNA of the label remains the same. As always expect a mix of street wear staples and more fashion-forwarded items. While I don’t enjoy just how much of their product is branded so heavily, Supreme remains one of the best at blending street culture with affordable garments.  The collection will be available August 20 in New York , London and LA and August 22 in Japan and the 27th online.

Click through for my picks of the best garments from the collection.

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Nigo once again models his own creations for the Human Made Fall/Winter 2015 Collection.  The collection continues to act as a counter-point to A Bathing Ape. While both have vintage influences, Human Made’s production is much closer to 50’s and 60’s Americana than BAPE was. While alot of the details and the heft/quality of the garments don’t come through in photos all the time, it can be said that Human Made garments do give off a very unique feeling in person. Although the price point is high for the stuff, it’s sure to last as much as the original deadstock vintage garments that these garments mimic. Some key items in the collection include a couple leathers (an A-1 Bomber and a Perfecto-style rider’s jacket). Also the denim, t-shirts and a great down puffer round it out.  If you’re a fan of Human Made, the collection is worth checking out  after the jump.

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Every now and then a designer creates one of their strongest collections. I feel that way about Sacia’s Fall/Winter 2015 men’s collection. Obscure and hard to find outside Japan, Sacai and head designer Chitose Abe has raised her profile internationally with a collaboration with Nike and an expanding womenswear distribution. GRIND Magazine plays with the nomadic vibe of the collection in this new editorial.

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Progressive street wear publication GRIND has been highlighting C.E each season and the fall/winter 2015 is no exception. A selection of jackets, pants, hoodies and accessories are combined in a shoot emphasizing movement and graphics. Check our last C.E post for more info on the fall/winter collection.

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For all that Stone Island does, it’s their outerwear pieces that are my favorite. This flight jacket from the fall winter collection features a padded nylon lining and sheepskin collar making this suitable for all but the coldest weather. While the price point may not be forgiving at over $800 you are guaranteed to stunt on your friends fall outerwear choices this year. If olive is just not your thing, it also comes in navy.

Available at End Clothing.

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