Shot by Tom Schierlitz, Freeman’s Sporting Club releases their Fall/Winter 2011 lookbook. It features some of the New York label’s finest offerings which includes 3-piece wool flannel suit, hand-made Glen Hunt Tweed Sport coat and 8.5 ounce waxed cotton isle of Man jacket, which is fully-lined with Melton wool. Catch all of the shots below.
Brussels’ concept store Hunting and Collecting continue to team up with French online magazine De Jeunes Gens Moderens to deliver us the lookbook for their Fall/Winter 2011 offerings. Entitled, “JARDIN D’HIVER”, the lookbook was shot by Belgian photographer Hicham Riad in Paris in winter garden, giving the lookbook a great backdrop for the shoot. Some of the brands in the mix include White Mountaineering, Patrik Ervell, Soulland, S2A, and Dana Lee.
Here we have a look at R.Newbold and their Fall/Winter 2011 offerings. The Japanese label looks to have a solid lineup, with some amazing outerwear pieces in the mix to really drive the collection. For Fall 2011, they’ve even collaborated with Barbour to really take things next level. They’ve reworked the M-51 parka jacket and given it a raised hood placket and leather detailings. One piece from the Barbour collaboration that really stands out is the shorter jacket which features subtle polka dot patchwork print. The duffle coat seen below is exceptional as it’s got all the makings of a classic with a blue stripe towards the bottom to stir things up. (via The189)
Here we have a few styled shots from the folks at Club Monaco for their Spring 2012 collection. This will most likely be the first batch of product to drop next season so we’re expecting more great stuff from the brand.
The seasonal color palette starts off with nature inspired tones of rock grays, fresh taupes and wood browns, then becomes warm with diffused, sunny yellows and marigolds in faded floral prints and cheer chiffons. He travels in classic Californian outdoor rugged style, with washed pea coats, patterned sweater blazers and chinos accented with distressed leather accessories.
More looks below. (via Ruben Hughes)
C.P. Company is taking inspiration from the past and the future for their Fall 2011 collection. The research that goes into the creation of a collection is more extensive than most labels out there and it shows in the authenticity of the final product. This lineup features a good amount of military influence as well as inspiration from outdoor apparel from the 1950s, with the end result being ideal for the modern urban landscape.
Oki-Ni and other select retailers have the goods.
London’s Goodhood store has dropped a lookbook for their Fall 2011 offerings, titled “Beneath the Canvas”. The shots go into the studios of East London artists Sickboy, Word to Mother, Russell Maurice (Gasius) and Mudwig. Some of the brands highlighted include Comme des Garcons Junya Watanabe Man, Norse Projects, SUPER and Universal Works. Look for the products now at Goodhood.
Here we have a look at COS’s Spring 2012 offerings. The styling consists of some really minimalistic designs that are delivered in a more vibrant color palette. The pastels really stand out and work well with the overall simplicity of the collection. It’s definitely one to look forward to, folks.
Garbstore of London has dropped some styled looks for Fall 2011, giving us a peek at what the shop will be carrying through the breezy months. The lineup is solid and features a strong mix of casual wear that can easily be spruced up should you need to. Amongst the brands featured in their Fall 2011 offerings are Epperson Mountaineering, Steven Alan, Gitman Vintage, Monitaly, Aircraft Armed and several others.
Here we have a look at Haversack’s Fall 2011 lookbook. This is most certainly one of the label’s most eccentric winter offerings as it features some vibrant prints. The fit looks to be as exceptional as ever however and there are definitely a few gems in the mix. The outerwear looks to be a pretty consistent point in the collection, with each offering as wearable as the next. (via cs)
Outlier sent us over looks of their Fall 2011 lookbook, entitled “In A Technical Nature”. The offerings blend nature and technical details in consistent manner and bring us pieces worth investing in. “Cottons twist around nylons, wools bond to fleeces, artificial down is layered between wool knits and wovens, nanotech dosed nylons are modeled after lotus leaves, cottons are engineered so tightly they become water barriers.” The pieces range from a charcoal colored peacoat to a technically sound vest that’s on our radar.