Brixton unveil the latest visuals for their Spring 2015 collection, both of which perfectly capture the laid back aesthetic of the California based brand.
The latest instalment from Brixton is much of what we have come to expect from the brand, revisiting themes that we have seen consistently season after season to offer up a well balanced collection that gives quality in construction, muted earthy tones and relaxed styles, representing the relaxed culture of America’s west coast.
The collection ranges from the staple selection of tees, long sleeves and a vast array of headwear, to more technical cut and sew pieces in their button down shirts, comfortable chino trousers and light jacketing options. Exploring new materials and patterns, the brand holds back on loud graphic and colour applications, rather focusing on producing more timeless pieces that will look good all year round.
The brand embodies the music, people and culture that surrounds them, and they make those influences clear in their designs and more notably in their visuals. Accompanying their still imagery is a short video lookbook which features Californian brand The Rooms, again showcasing the garments and also relaying what Brixton as a lifestyle is all about. Brixton continue to stick close to their roots and what they know best, effortlessly delivering refreshing, easy to wear clothing that doesn’t cut corners in quality or fit.
The Brixton Spring 2015 collection will be available in the UK this week at the following retailers
After 3 years of absence, Birmingham’s Dark Circle have finally emerged from the shadows to present their latest collection for Spring/Summer 2014.
A brand that we have been following closely over the last few months, anticipating the release, we have witnessed their continuous hard work in bringing this collection together. The first drop in a three part series over the upcoming months, the initial release features a range of tees, sweaters, hoodies and headwear, as well as a strong cut and sew offering of UK made shirts and jackets. Each cut and sew item is made with quality in mind, with fabric supplied by legendary textile manufacturer British Millerain and put together in the brands hometown of Birmingham.
The Dark Circle Spring/Summer 2014 collection is available now at www.darkcircleclothing.com and Krusoe Store Brighton
HUF’s footwear game seems to get stronger with every collection, and they continue their fine run of form with their latest range for Summer 2014.
The release features summery colour ways in the newly introduced Mercer mid-top and Galaxy, as well as the Ramondetta and Pepper pro silhouettes. There are also new colour options in the Sutter, from a Jade Crystal Wash to a Smoke/Soft Blue, while the Hupper receives a custom ‘Black Scull’ print and the Southern returns in Navy/Elephant.
HUF’s Summer 2014 footwear range is available now online at hufworldwide.com and from UK stockists shortly. Be sure to check back for links!
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