Swedish skate brand Post Details draw inspiration from the popular summer pastime of tennis in their latest collection, appropriately dubbed “Tennis Anyone?”
Having previously focused their releases towards headwear designs, their latest effort takes a slightly different direction as they continue to develop their clothing range, giving their own representation of Tennis apparel informed by their skateboarding heritage. The new collection sees the bright white and greens of the grass court applied to a range of polos tops, tees, sweaters, shorts, bottoms, socks and light outerwear options, alongside a complimenting range of caps. Post have also reworked some of the most iconic tennis brand logos and applied them as large back prints and small embroidered type, alongside their classic hydrant design, onto the pieces. The range also features a nice little touch in the custom ‘racket bag’ to accompany the apparel offerings, large enough to fit your deck in when your on your travels.
The collection offers up a unique take on tennis wear and is definitely something different to what we have seen from other skate focused brands this season. The Post Details ‘Tennis Anyone’ Collection will be available this month from Flatspot, Ideal, Palomino Club, Lost Art and Sneakers N Stuff.
KR3W continue to develop their range with another considered release for the Summer, captured in this accompanying lookbook from photographer Cameron Strand.
The Cali based brand headed to the decaying streets of Las Gaviotas, Mexico for their latest set of visuals which showcase an array of dark graphic tees, vests and short sleeve shirts, as well as highlights from their chino offerings and a varied headwear selection. Utilising a fairly monochrome colour palette throughout with pops of blues and yellows, a small capsule collection entitled ‘BLK Flag’ sits alongside the mainline release consisting of a shirt, shorts, vest and trucker cap, each adorning a custom flag logo.
The last year has seen a lot of evolving and developing for KR3W and its much of the same for their latest effort. While they are careful to respect their skateboarding heritage and the diverse themes that have made the brand so popular over the years, there is maturity in their designs, which they have garnered from over 10 years of experience in the market.
Check out the full lookbook above. You can shop the KR3W Summer 2015 collection at Slam City, Flatspot and Route One
LA based CLSC return with yet another strong set of visuals to showcase their latest offering for Summer 2015, which sees the brand continue to draw from athletic influences and humorous themes.
Besides the importance the brand places on producing each garment to the highest quality, whether its the print, material or cuts, another thing that has stood out to us is CLSC’s ability to produce strong lookbooks to accompany their offerings. This season sees the brand link up once again with talented photographer Evy Optics to capture the collection against some of the most scenic backdrops LA has to offer.
Having established themselves as one of the most exciting brands in the market over the last few years, CLSC once again look to develop their range of sportswear informed designs and their tongue in cheek graphic pieces, which feature prominently throughout the summer release. Alongside the staple graphic tees, long sleeves and hoodies, sits a strong selection of embroidered headwear pieces and light outerwear options. Stand out pieces include the summer ready mesh shorts and the clean cut SUX baseball jersey.
The CLSC Summer 2015 collection will be available shortly at the following retailers; 5Pointz, Flatspot, Capology and The Chimp Store.
Brixton have always been a brand that we have admired, from their consistently strong visuals to their simplistic, timeless product that they continue to put out season after season, to us they are a great example of how to present a clothing brand in the right way. For Summer 2015, Brixton again deliver on all fronts with another stunning lookbook that showcases a clean collection full of ready to wear pieces and with it capturing the Brixton ‘lifestyle’ and what those who make and wear the clothing are all about.
Drawing from their Californian heritage and inspired largely by the people, the music and the culture that surrounds them, their latest release features several summer ready styles, from the subtle graphic print tees to the casual workwear inspired shirting selection that we have come to love from the brand. Board shorts and relaxed chinos make up most of the trouser offering, while their headwear pieces really stand out from the pack with several vintage inspired caps and brimmed hats. Logos and graphics are kept to a minimum, with rugged materials applied and a muted colour palette throughout giving a relaxed vibe to a quality release.
The Brixton Summer 2015 collection is available now at the following UK stores: Flatspot, Urban Industry and The Chimp Store
Global streetwear giants The Hundreds follow up their Spring release with another considered collection for the season, drawing inspiration from the Californian summer.
Recent seasons have seen the brand revisit their heritage and take a more mature approach towards design. Their latest offering follows similar themes, incorporating workwear styles and combining vibrant colour ways with a sportswear aesthetics to create a relaxed collection suitable for the warmer months.
There are the expected staples with graphic focused and striped tees and vintage inspired headwear, but the brands cut and sew takes centre stage with embroidered baseball shirts, casual shirting and colour blocked sweaters along with stand out pieces including the wool poncho and a selection of pattered shorts.
A number of custom prints and patterns have been utilised throughout that epitomise the laid back summer vibes that the brands home state has to offer, whether its chilling on the beach with a bonfire or quick trips across the border, the collection is a solid representation of LA streetwear. A selection of key looks from the brands Summer 2015 offering have showcased in this minimal studio lookbook above.
The Hundreds Summer 2015 collection is available now at a selection of UK retailers including Urban Industry and 5pointz
Australia’s Grand Scheme present their latest visuals showcasing their Summer 2015 collection.
The brand have gained attention from their bold prints and vibrant patterns, presented through on laid back street ready designs. Founded back in 2006, their rebellious attitude and DIY spirit has seen the brand play an important role in Australia’s recent streetwear movement across the globe. Grand Scheme also boasts a rich heritage and strong affiliation to some of the worlds most popular hip hop acts, which is also a key theme throughout their collections amongst numerous others inspirations.
Their warm weather line up follows on from previous releases, incorporating various prints, utilising several technical fabrics and drawing from a range of themes including sportswear and military inspirations. The collection aligns with their visuals, keeping things fairly simple and clean with functional, contemporary design. Mixing strong graphics and premium cut and sew, it’s a diverse release with stand out pieces including button down shirting, several headwear options including the stand out marble print bucket hats, mesh shorts and mesh panelled tees, printed long sleeved crew necks, summer ready beach shorts, and lightweight, functional outerwear pieces.
You can pick up you favourite piece from the Grand Scheme Summer 2015 collection at Urban Industry and Flatspot.