Adidas and Palace continue their seasonal collaboration with a new range dropping in time for summer. A lot of the gear tackles the core aspects of Adidas sportswear – track suits, shorts, and athletic tops and sweats. Of particular note is a navy blue velour suit suit that is sure to move quick. If you’re looking for items from the drop be sure to get them soon as they drop on May 21.
Based in Seoul, IISE has released it’s second collection of clothing entitled ‘002’. The brand constructs its clothes using a variety of Korean fabrics, mixing the traditional with the modern. This season Korean naturally-dyed fabrics for its apparel line, having first used them for its bags last season. Utilizing ingredients such as natural indigo, charcoal and ash, the fabrics offer interesting textures with each piece unique. Check out the collection on their website.
Outlier has been one of the best American brands when it comes to producing a tech pant that is suitable for the office and everday life. The brand’s new lookbook showcases different silhouettes on some of their pants and items for the warmer weather. The 60/30 Big Blazer is based off of the brand’s signature 60/30 Blazer, this time with a loose cut flow for breathability. To complement the blazer are two pairs of pants — the 60/30 baggies, which are a wide-legged classic and the 60/30 de Campos, a loose but tapered pant.
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Frequent visitors to this site are probably familiar with some of the past collections from Eyes & Sins. The team deliver a new lookbook for the warmer spring/summer months. For Spring/Summer 2016, some feudal Japanese influences make their way into the mix and this is manifested in the incredible noragi-style jacket shown above. The line brings back some popular styles like the cargo pant and tactical vest in new fabrications. The styling and layering are top notch as usual and this stands as one of the best collections to date that the Guerrilla Group collective has brought out.
Select pieces from SS16 are already available on their website.
Graphic tees are the cornerstone of streetwear and Undercover has some good ones out this season. The 25th year of UC sees designer Jun Takahashi bring back familar graphics and motifs from past classic collections. Among them are the Star Wars themed graphics such as this Darth Vader joint as well as a couple … Read more
WTAPS and GRIND return with their seasonal editorial , presenting new pieces from the streetwear label in the magazine’s latest issue. The vibe this time is decidedly sportswear with a football and baseball jersey featured and styled in manner that brings to mind 90’s New York. Check the latest editorial here and look for the product online at the usual suspects END and Haven.
Yesterday saw the launch of the new season from ACRONYM. The spring collection is more focused on layering pieces and pants than it is on outerwear. There’s a great mix of returning classics and new styles. One of my favorite new pants ACR put out is the P20. It’s a tapered pant based on a new idea for mechanical knee articulation. Other highlights are the Nemen J28 jackets which come in 4 colors. Each is beautifully object dyed with a different gradient. Another highlight is the J1B-S , which essentially acts like a remix of the classic J1A.
C.E releases a subtle jacket design from it’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection. A take on the classic British Harrington jacket, the jacket is adorned with branded embroidery and the standard rubber C.E stamp on the arm. A nice little beige addition for chilly nights and windy days. Scoop it over at Goodhood.
Nike and Undercover continue their bi-annual collections with new pieces in time for Spring/Summer 2016. Technical running gear is the focus and this season there’s perforated mesh and heat map detailing. Alongside the apparel two color-ways of the Nike LunarEpic will be releasing. Look for the first delivery to be available on March 10 via Nike Lab site and select retailers.
BEAUTY & YOUTH sub-label monkey time mixes an unlikely set of influences and silhouettes for it’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection. The pieces in the lookbook reflect many of the trends in menswear of the moment – oversized hoodies, tan colors and creative layering. Along with the prominently feature Timberland Boots, the collection is rounded out by collaborations with Champion and Alpha Industries.
monkey time’s initial Spring/Summer 2016 drop is out now at UNITED ARROWS.