• BLUEY Displays Layer-Heavy Fits in FW19 Lookbook

    1 month ago - By Hypebeast

    BLUEY continues its steady stream of Americana-tinged offerings for Fall/Winter 2019. This collection lookbook sees an inclination for layering as casual loose-fitting pieces like the Pile Zipup, Hooded Flannel, Hooded Coach Jacket, and baggy checked shirts are matched with heavier outerwear. Military staples like the Reversible MA-1 jacket join the more technical Pigment-Dyed Down Jacket to round out the diverse collection. Giving the range a vintage nuance are the collaborative items with Coca-Cola which arrive in the form of a long sleeve, trucker cap, and T-shirts. Furthering the...
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  • Arthur, Davidson, Dom + More Front River Island Fall '19 Campaign

    Arthur, Davidson, Dom + More Front River Island Fall '19 Campaign

    1 month ago - By The Fashionisto

    River Island celebrates the spirit of Together with its fall-winter 2019 campaign. A diverse group of models assemble as River Island encourages people to come together in a time of deep division and Brexit. Photographer Mel Bles captures the season's advertisement with a strong focus on “emotive portraits.” Donning standout looks, models Arthur Gosse, Davidson...
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  • Babylon LA Reveals Laid-Back Fall/Winter 2019 Collection

    Babylon LA Reveals Laid-Back Fall/Winter 2019 Collection

    1 month ago - By Hypebeast

    Babylon LA has unveiled the lookbook for its Fall/Winter 2019 collection. Marking the first time the brand has shot in a studio setting, it enlisted photographer Austin Durant to shoot the cut and sew-filled collection. Highlights from the range include a heavweight plaid jacket, tie dye sweater, tricolor rugby shirt and a half-zip anorak. The collection follows on from its Spring/Summer 2019 collection , which saw the brand play with print patterns and most utilize cut and sew throughout. The brand's graphic print tees also made a return this season, consisting of tops that used a cartoon...
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