Having arrived in UK stores at the end of last week, we can now take a closer look at the latest collection from Canadian natives Raised By Wolves, showcased in this stunning lookbook shot by regular collaborator and world renowned photographer Trashhand.
With every season, we wait in eager anticipation to see the latest set of visuals that Raised By Wolves put together, because you know they’re always going to be special. Having linked up with several high profile photographers to highlight different releases in the past, they look once again to the trustworthy lens of Trashhand as they head out in to the great outdoors of British Columbia, capturing RBW’s considered line up of weather ready goods for Fall/Winter 2015.
The collection is heavily athletic influenced and looks to a variety of sports including hockey, rugby and baseball to inform their designs. Being deeply rooted in streetwear, there is the usual staple silhouettes including graphic tees and long-sleeves featuring designs from Canadian artists Jeff Hamada and Fergus “Fergadelic” Purcell, as well as sweaters, sweatpants and a strong headwear selection made up of beanies, 5-panels and the stand out Laurentian 7 panel caps made from a mix of Melton wool and brushed bull denim. The brand definitely sways towards the more high-end of the streetwear spectrum and its cut and sew line proves it, including lightweight coach jackets, turtlenecks and even a collaborative anorak hoodie with Trashhand, shows how the brand continues to push things forward with it’s designs. Rounding off the release is an array of accessories which include long burn candles, incense and deer skin palmed gloves.