New York streetwear imprint 10.Deep follow up their tech inspired World Wide Wave’ release with the second drop from their Fall 2014 collection entitled ‘Offline’
10.Deep are one of very few brands who strive to be distinguished from others, continuing to push boundaries of streetwear design and as a result continue to stay current and relevant. The second drop from their Fall 2014 collection pulls themes and inspiration from a variety of styles, including sportswear, tech focused outerwear and classic menswear, combining them into a bold yet wearable collection.
Alongside essential items in the t-shirts, hoodies and sweaters, sit more complex cut and sew pieces including varsity jackets, plaid button-up shirts and joggers amongst others. Utilising black, white, red and army colour treatments alongside marble pattern prints and a mixture of stand-out logos and more subtle ‘3M’ reflective graphics, the diverse collection offers casual and smarter options, with everything in-between.
The 10.Deep Fall 2014 collection second delivery will be arriving at UK stockists towards the end of the month. Be sure to check back for purchase links!
San Francisco’s Benny Gold return to supply us with another batch of good honest streetwear staples with their latest collection for Fall 2014, along with an accompanying lookbook entitled ‘Albion’.
Renowned for his skill in clean, bold graphic design, Benny Gold’s signature style is applied to a selection of easy going pieces including tees, sweaters and headwear in a vibrant yet seasonal colour palette. The collection also sees the brand expand its cut and sew offerings with additions of new styles in its coach jackets and button down shirts constructed from unique textures.
It’s great to see the brand stick to it’s streetwear roots, using vintage athletic themes to produce a range of highly wearable apparel and headwear pieces. The Benny Gold Fall 2014 collection is available now at the following stores;
The Alternative Store
After 10 years of absence from the UK market, Champion return with their latest campaign spearheaded by the ‘Reverse Weave’ Collection for Autumn/Winter 2014.
Delving into their archives, the original sportswear brand introduce’s classic styles dating back to 1952 with a modern twist. The reverse weave fabric was first developed by Champion in 1938, designed to keep the workers of warehouses in upstate New York warm in the colder months. Durable, comfortable and shrink-resistant, the fabric is worked into a 4 piece release of sportswear staples including sweaters, zip-up hoodies and sweatpants, alongside bold graphic tees. The relaxed collection arrives in a muted colour palette with the original and iconic embroidered ‘C’ logo featuring throughout.
Check out the lookbook below and campaign video above. The Reverse Weave Collection will be available in soon in UK stores Oi Polloi and Present
Grind London link up with no nonsense photographer Bafic to shoot a selection of pieces from their Autumn/Winter 2014 release in this gritty editorial.
Entitled ‘Losing Focus’, the editorial follows Jack Cannon as he makes his way through the drab streets of Shepherds Bush from dusk through to dawn. The visuals compliments the collection well, showcasing Grind London’s ability to channel themes from the UK and London in particular to inspire their designs. The release references menswear and workwear styles, while taking a playful approach to street ready pieces. Illustrated graphics are applied to tees, long sleeves and also appear on sweaters and jackets. Straight legged tailored bottoms and new headwear pieces see them expand their offerings in a collection constructed from high quality, globally sourced materials.
Stand out pieces include the workwear inspired Japanese denim stripe chore jacket and the forbidden long sleeve tee.
Enjoy the lookbook and be sure to head over to www.grindlondon.com to shop the collection now.
The iconic sidestripe has come a long way since it was first introduced back in 1977. This Autumn/Winter Vans celebrate the sidestripe with an exclusive t-shirt capsule collection.
Having began it’s life as a mere doodle from Vans founder Paul Van Doren, the globally recognised symbol first appeared on the Vans Old Skool design and has since made it’s way on to several of Vans most loved silhouettes. The capsule collection consists of four t-shirt designs in black, white and navy colour ways, as well as a raglan tee with a black body and white sleeves. Each design displays the sidestripe in different ways including a bold graphic print, pocket designs, as well as making use of Vans equally iconic checkerboard pattern.
The Vans Sidestripe Capsule Collection is available now at select retailers and vans.co.uk.