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.
Context Clothing drops their seasonal editorial featuring styled looks of their offerings. The goods for the colder months ahead are looking tremendous, with a solid mix of mid-layer pieces and a promising outerwear selection. Brands on deck include White Mountaineering, Nigel Cabourn, Monitaly, Folk Clothing and a few others.
We showcased a preview of Fine and Dandy Shop’s Fall 2011 offerings a short while back, but we’re glad to see the boys are giving us some inspirational styling via this lookbook. As stated before, their neckwear is really some of our favorite stuff on the market and to see them progress as swiftly as they have is not surprising. Ken Pao was behind the lens for this one and more shots from the lookbook are below.
Need Supply of Virginia has dropped a lookbook showcasing their offerings for the Fall/Winter 2011 season. There’s some great styling and the shots are well taken. Like something you see? Most of the goods have already hit Need Supply’s online store and are making their way to the shelves of their Richmond brick and mortar.
From San Francisco’s Unionmade comes a look at Unionmade Indigo, an exclusive capsule of indigo inspired merchandise made in collaboration with a handful of the shop’s favorite designers and brands. Among them is Golden Bear, Gitman Vintage, Steel and a few others. The goods from the capsule are available in store as well as online.
Rose & Born launched in 1989, with a storefront in the heart of Stockholm. Known primarily for their solid line of menswear, the shop itself also dishes out a good mixture of other brands. The product lineup for their in-house label ranges from coats and jackets to shirting, suits and accessories. The hand-picked fabrics are timeless and the quality and fit is something the modern man will appreciate. The lookbook is well-styled and is presented in polaroid-style shots.
Dana Lee has displayed some exceptional work over the past few years and the New York designer’s S/S 2012 collection is all that we expected and then some. The color palette for next spring features a perfect balance of neutrals and stand outs such as red and yellow help to give the lineup some distinction and character. With retailers like Opening Ceremony, Standard Goods and Hunting & Collecting carrying Dana Lee, we’re sure we’ll be seeing more of this amazing product in the near future.
If the imagery below isn’t enough to build the anticipation, then be sure to check out the short film Dana Lee has released to coincide with the looks.
From Ovadia & Sons comes a look at their Fall 2011 lookbook. Brothers Shimon and Ariel deliver huge once again as we’re confident this will be one of the top collections from this segment of the overall menswear landscape. Well fitting suiting is paired with modern-cut shirting with cutaway collars and top-quality fabrics. The pieces show a strong level of detail and will be extremely wearable now and for the months ahead. Good friend and New York-based photographer Justin Chung was behind the lens while artistic direction was provided by Lawrence Schlossman of Sartorially Inclined. (via GQ Eye)
We initially got turned to D.S. Dundee a while back when we came across their outstanding footwear offerings but since then, we’ve seen what the East London-based label is capable of crafting. They utilize the highest quality fabrics and yarns right from Britain, in turn creating some really amazing pieces and supporting the community that raised them at the same time. The shots here highlight the upcoming season’s campaign shots which we’re expecting to be promoted through a range of mediums including digital and print.