Australian brand Thrills showcase their casual street wear with the new ‘Reckless’ Autumn 2016 lookbook. The collection is comprised of men’s muscle tees, ripped denim shorts and jeans, board shorts, as well as check union shirts. The women’s collection include playsuits, cropped hoodies, vintage tees and cap sleeve dresses. Stylistically an influence of surf and rocker collide head on in Thrills’ new offering. Read more […]
The spirit of punk is still alive in 2016. Japanese brand John Lawrence Sullivan draw inspiration from various styles of the punk movement with their autumn/winter 2016-2017 men and women’s collection. Pieces include loose fit overcoats, leather biker jackets, oversize trousers and earth tone suits for men. For the women’s collection, ladies are treated to cropped nylon bomber jackets, fur coats, pleated skirts and one-arm tops. The images are shot by Kenta Sawada, with styling handled by Keiko Read more […]
Swedish brand Weekday mix embrace Scandinavian minimalism with their New Change/Season collection. New pieces include the lightweight lyocell Calvi coat, roll neck jersey dresses and cropped, printed sweaters for women. The men’s collection feature zip tube tees, classic bomber jackets, denim caps and the long length Lomber jacket. You can check out Weekday’s latest lookbook of the collection down at the bottom. Read more […]
Fashion brand BOSS give a teaser of their new spring/summer 2016 womenswear collection. Keeping the clothing minimal and elegant, fringe skirts coincide with sleeveless, lace tops, whilst the vibrant micro-pleated organza dress make for the ultimate streamlined spring attire. The company have also inducted the patchwork edition BOSS Bespoke bag into the collection as one of the highlights.The spring/summer 2016 womenswear campaign stars model Anna Ewers. Read more […]
3.1 Phillip Lim celebrates the idea of confidence and choice in the company’s new autumn/winter 2016 menswear collection. Transforming classic uniforms into sleek pieces of modernism, the collection includes crop trench coats, longline bomber jackets, classic fisherman hats, berets, pinstripe biker jackets and loose pleated trousers. Japanese-inspired graphics also decorate sweaters and tees, making the overall collection bold daring and aesthetically stylish.
Swedish brand Weekday unveil their New Day New Hope menswear lookbook, highlighting their new latest collection. Keeping it minimal and streamlined, pieces include their new wood washed chinos, checked tees, the new long length Tide coat, as well as the soft flannel delta shirt. Like the attire itself, the lookbook is also shot in a minimalist manner, keeping the main focus on the clothing. Read more […]
German model Charlotte Nolting stars in The Kooples’ latest fashion editorial lookbook entitled ‘Borrowed From The Boys’. Bursting with punk and grunge influences, Nolting sports The Kooples’ double-breasted wool coat, the Super 100s suit, the biker/sheep shearling coat, as well as the distressed denim jacket with the fleece look collar. The spirit of rock and roll is surely alive. Read more […]
Polish brand Misbhv unveil a new lookbook featuring pieces from their latest ‘After Dark’ collection. Highlighting their signature Heads overcoat in black, the company have also added their black and red, chunky lettered Dark scarf. Misbhv’s ‘After Dark’ collection also includes the Heads leather biker jacket, screen-printed tees and the Osaka zipped long hoodie. Read more […]
London-born, California-raised model and musician Staz Lindes contributes a series of self-portraits in rag & bone’s D.I.Y Project. The images feature a cheeky Lindes jumping around on her bed, bowling and just relaxing on the couch. Some of the rag & bone pieces include the Corinne Sweater, the Leeds Dress, as well as the Chrystie Jacket.
adidas Originals and Jeremy Scott unveil their Fall/Winter 2015 collection which explore the realms of 60s psychedelia. Men are treated to leopard print hoodies and joggers, polka-dot coats, as well as flower-splashed track jackets, while the women’s collection include bright hippie-peppered bikinis, fuzzy, oversize sweaters and woven basketball jerseys. Jeremy Scott also gives the Wings sneaker a makeover with his new ‘B-Ball’ edition. Read more […]