We’ve got looks from Stephan Schneider’s Spring 2012 collection which are filled with some clean stylings and fine details to boot. The “Common Ivy” collection is quite different than what we’ve seen from the label in the past but it’s still above the cut of many other menswear designers on the market. Stephan designs all the fabrics himself and splits his time between textiles and designs. Their own Belgian production facilities are utilized to craft the goods, with all the pieces being cut by hand and given plenty of time for the finer details. (via the189)
German-born designer Stephan Schneider is definitely one of the most under-the-radar designers we’ve come across but his product should not be overlooked, just check out his “Furever” collection for Fall/Winter 2010. It’s filled with items that fit well and will keep you warm as well. The knitwear’s quite promising as is the outerwear selection which is lead by a well-cut wool navy blazer as well as a timeless peacoat.