Now we’re into March, we can finally get into the swing of Spring. Yes, it’s time to leave the floor length wool coats at home. We’ve selected our favourite new releases for you to work into your wardrobe and welcome the new season.
SOULLAND: The Urban Jungle
Soulland boasts an artisanal style in its collections, pushing menswear forward with its Scandinavian style roots and contemporary Copenhagen influences. This modern take on the camo jacket reflects the label’s trend of bringing its beginnings forward into a modern world.
Matthew Miller: Velcro Vibes
Exploring the line between technological and traditional, Matthew Miller’s signature look blends performance fabrics, tailoring and sportswear detailing. Offering contemporary additions for any wardrobe, Matthew Miller comprises a range of striking separates from jerseys, sweats and shirting to modern takes on tailoring. This velcro sweatshirt is perfect for following the embellishment trend if loud patches aren’t your thing.
RAINS: Pack your bags
RAINS is a Danish rainwear company founded in 2012. Based on an early initiative to reinterpret the traditional rubber raincoat, the company has grown into an accomplished international rainwear brand. Along with the reinvented classics, RAINS today offers a full line of waterproof outerwear, bags and accessories to the fashion conscious consumer, including this new line of sleek backpacks. It may be spring, but it’s still important to make sure your stuff is safe from any springtime showers.
SCHOTT NYC: Suede to Measure
Worn by everyone from James Dean to Jay-Z, Schott NYC is synonymous with iconic American style. Founded by two brothers in 1913 and still a family business four generations on, the brand specialises in classic leather jackets and outerwear, with a focus on quality and craftsmanship. We love this brown bomber and its summery, seventies vibe. The warmer weather also makes wearing suede a lot less risky.
Undecorated Man: Life on a Drawstring
Over the past ten years, designer Yoshio Kubo has brought a sense of fun and the unexpected to his Undecorated Man label. Focusing on fabrics and techniques that speak for themselves rather than through overt branding, the Tokyo-based line incorporates elements of workwear, vintage, athletic, and streetwear styling its transformations of commercial pieces into something unforeseen. These drawstring pants are the perfect garm for giving a sense of effortless cool.