Intersection DK magazine highlights items from the Mr. Bathing Ape 2011 fall/winter collection alongside the luxurious Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe in this latest editorial. In the stylized photos we get a glimpse of some of the 3-piece suits from Mr. Bathing Ape matched up with the brands signature Ape camo ties. More casual cardigans and checked shirts are also featured, showing the range of items available in the collection. The Mr Bathing Ape 2011 fall/winter collection is available now from select stockists.
This months SENSE Magazine gives a closer look at some of the upcoming items from MIHARAYASUHIRO’s fall/winter collection. The photo shoot shows off some great layering techniques using the chunky knit wear and oversized outerwear that feature heavily this season. The distressing of garments that we saw last season is once again prevalent, all-be-it in a much more toned down way. Items will be available from all MIHARAYASUHIRO stockists.
Ahead of their Fall/Winter 2011 collection, British retailer ASOS offer viewers a look behind-the-scenes into their latest campaign. ASOS has enjoyed a meteoric rise on the backs of a great fundamental understanding of the current retail landscape as well as a strong and diverse selection of seasonal offerings. Regardless of your style and interests, more often than note ASOS has you covered.
Korean street brand Buried Alive offers us a look into its new lookbook for Fall/Winter 2011. Having grown quite a bit over the past year, this latest season sees much of the same classic designs we’ve come to expect, including an emphasis on outerwear and custom collaboration with the Ebbets Field company. The collection is now available through select retailers, including HUMANTREE.
Reminding me of the good old days when apparel had some type of indication of the profession you maintain.
Founded in 2007, Uniforms for the Dedicated is on their fifth collection with the announcement of the 2011 Fall/Winter collection. Inspired by an imaginary mission to tailor the perfect apparel line of detective wear, the experimental assemblage includes loose silhouettes consisting of wool and hemp garments, organic jersey, recycled cotton and custom Japanese fabrics. A wide variety of winter parkas, knit blazers and work pants are also in the mix. In conjunction with the collection’s release, additional music releases and film projects are expected to follow.
After several looks into this season’s footwear offerings from the designer Hussein Chalayan x PUMA Urban Mobility collection, we bring the following editorial that highlights the essence of the brand. Conceived with movement and functionality in mind, the Fall/Winter range dabbles heavily into a darker color scheme, however not without several concentrated blasts of color and graphics. Despite the tailored approach, the sportswear is still surprisingly wearable and agile. Look for the collection now at select PUMA Urban Mobility dealers.
New from Supreme comes a full and extensive lookbook of what they have in store for the 2011 Fall/Winter season. Comprised largely of many of the same well-designed outerwear pieces featured below, this preview allows fans of the brand to comprehend all of the details of the pieces without models and scenery confusing the process. Polka-dots, paisley, rugby stripes and classic varsity patterns all made their way into this collection, as did a healthy sprinkling of heavily-branded pieces and collaborations with the likes of Futura, Bad Boy Records and Hennessy. Check it out and enjoy!
Under Fred Perry’s Fall/Winter 2011 line is a capsule inspired by Japanese artists, versed in the art of “fashion origami.” With this in mind, the iconic Fred Perry polo shirt is injected with ample amounts of Japanese art techniques as patches of contrasting materials are integrated into the body of the shirts. The patterns are based on traditional Japanese motifs including fans and cherry blossoms as well as a fan-favorite polka dot pattern. Available through Fred Perry.
Up next is a detailed look at the new uniform experiment Fall/Winter 2011 Collection Lookbook. At the center of the new collection is a rather big collaboration with Keith Haring, including a full capsule collection, featuring the art of the late artist. Furthmore UE worked with Carhartt, Kangol, Nike and other brands on interesting collaborative items. They still present a few suits, ties and formal wear in general, something that the line did more heavily in its early days.
Check out the full collection lookbook after the jump.
Bag makers Herschel Supply Co. offer us an extended view into their collection for Fall/Winter 2011. Having grown quite a bit since the company’s initial offering, the line impresses with its fair share of distinctive designs, color choices and material options. Look for Fall/Winter 2011 now through select Herschel Supply Co. accounts, while a closer view is shown below.
The latest instalment of the BLACK SENSE MARKET opens for business soon and has one of the biggest collections we have seen so far. 23 different brands have been brought in for this seasons run. Big names such as mastermind JAPAN and SOPHNET. stand alongside the less well known outside of Japan brands such as Attachment. Each label has produced at least one piece of exclusive clothing for the market. A noticeable absentee this time around is visvim, but ROAR makes a re-appearance as well as the ever present BEDWIN & THE HEARTBREAKERS. All the items fit nicely into the Fall/Winter category, with jackets, knit hats and long pants available. All the items will be available only from the BLACK SENSE MARKET webstore at 8pm Japan time on July 11.