11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi AW13

Spanish based Boris Bidjan Saberi is known for his raw industrial aesthetic. Often BBS garments undergo many unconventional treatments (he’s experiment with ¬†tar, transparent leather and even pig-blood-dyes for example) which set his pieces apart from most men’s brands. The ’11’ line is a more affordable, street-ready version of his trademark vision. The pieces are a standard mix of graphic t-shirts, hoodies, and accessories which come in at a much lower price-point than his mainline and made from hard-wearing durable materials like heavy denim and thick canvas.

Oki-Ni just posted a selection of the goods including a range of phone cases, duffles and backpacks that resulted from a collaboration with German technical fabric specialist Ortlieb. Those guys value utilitarianism in design will want to check out this accessories range in particular. The duffle is made with¬†thick PVC and canvas that is both waterproof and durable.¬†The mountain backpack ¬†features two internal pockets ¬†and has a padded back-piece and shoulder straps, for a comfortable and well ventilated fit .The ‘Safe It’ iPhone holder¬†also crafted from waterproof PVC has one clear side, allowing the wearer to view their phone‚Äôs screen. The holder has a rolled Velcro closure and an adjustable lanyard ¬†that can be worn around the neck.

See the line after the jump

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Oki-Ni Styled by David Hellqvist “Techno Tailor Soldier Spy”

Model: Alamantus at Elite
Grooming: Joshua Gibson at Sassoon

In the latest STYLED feature on Oki-Ni PORT Magazine online editor David Hellqvist puts together looks that combine formal tailoring and technical sportswear. As men’s fashion continues to develop in new directions, men are moving past sartorial rules of the past and combining disparate styles to create their own signiture looks. I strongly identify with the idea of ‘techno tailoring’ which David explains below.

Techno Tailoring is all about fusing the best of both worlds. Look at your life; there’s an element of formal strictness, whether you like it or not. You might subscribe to a casual lifestyle but no doubt you’ll need to dress up from time to time. Instead of hiding the crisp formal shirts and well-tailored coats, move them to the front of your wardrobe. Wear them with technologic sportswear. But the key is finding the balance; no-one dresses in stiff, formal and starched collars seven days a week, just as full-on outfits of innovative high performance gear only makes sense on athletes. Neither of them work as one-way versions of your everyday wardrobe. Techno Tailoring is about mixing sporty details with smart looks, about accessorising clever streetwear with well-made and qualitative bits of Savile Row aesthetic.

More images after the jump, view the entire shoppable feature on Oki-Ni.

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Raf Simons Archive on LN-CC

Raf Simons Archive Men’s Hooded Sleeveless Shirt From SS 02 Raf Simons Archive Men’s Contrast Panel Shirt From SS 07 Raf Simons Archive Men’s Oversized Hooded Jumper From AW 03/04 Collection Raf Simons Archive Men’s Still Sweater From AW 03/04 Collection In Black. Raf Simons Archive Men’s Oversized Coat From AW 01/02 Collection In Black. … Read more

Coveted: Undercover J6P03 Small Zip ‘Fuck’ Pouch/Wallet

This Undercover accessory has a 3D text ‘Fuck’ monogram reminiscent of Goyard and Pierre Hardy printed on textured poly vinyl. Subtly branded Undercover/Undercoverism in gold foil the one zipper compartment is sized to be appropriate for carrying day to day needs such as cards, bills folded notes, receipts, coins and keys. The colorway displayed above … Read more

Feature : London 2012 Olympics Men’s Style

The 2012 London Olympics are in full swing and gaining momentum now that the track and field events have begun. While not all of us are fortunate enough to be there to witness it live, Third Looks has sourced some men’s pieces that will be stylish for many Games to come. Komakino OC Exclusive MA-1 … Read more