—01. Collection Assembly.
The latest collection from North Vancouver-based brand, Arc'teryx Veilance, is now arriving in stores. Featuring a handful of staples, and a selection of new styles, there is more colour in the offering this fall, creating a beautiful palette to combine with their advanced technical fabrication.
—01. Phylon midsoles.
Nike seems to be on roll lately, the latest success being these Tennis Classics made for this year's US Open. The premium suede style with a perforated Swoosh comes in three colours – sand, blue and black – and features a leather-lined interior and Phylon midsole, which is generally reserved for the brand's Tiempo model.
—01. AUGMENT 001.
—02. AUGMENT 002.
I've been spending more time on SoundCloud recently, exploring different things and looking for ideas, and this series from Yimmyayo has me caught up. There are three short AUGMENT mixes so far, each flowing nicely as an individual play, but the group as a whole feels quite evolved and cohesive. The third and latest mix is the most refined, with a unique combination of ethereal instrumentals, R&B and rap, which, for me at least, achieves the perfect balance.
—01. United Arrows Jeans.
—02. Gray for United Arrows Sweater.
United Arrows latest campaign features a variety of garments and aesthetics. Catering to a wide market in Japan, there is something for the youth, as well as someone with more mature style. The images are strong, mixed between the studio and the street, and the rich tones and textures make the impending fall season seem a little less bleak.
—01. 100% Nylon.
Some accessories, no matter how frivolous or over the top, just speak to your sensibilities and you can’t help falling for their charm. A fully packable, down-filled scarf might be the height of frivolity and utterly too much, but this is a pretty special looking item. I just need to think about how I might make it work.
Photographer: Ben Grieme
Stylist: Tom Guinness
This fall Stussy have brought in New York-based stylist and art director Tom Guinness to help showcase their latest collection. Photographed by Ben Grieme, the lookbook features a variety of Stussy classics and contemporary sports-influenced pieces.
—01. Publication design by Joseph Logan.
To compliment this year's Dries Van Noten exhibition at Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, Dutch publisher Lannoo released this beautiful 320-page, hardcover book. Featuring an overview of the Belgian designer's incredible range of collections, while also highlighting some of his inspirations from photographs and paintings to music and textiles, the publication offers plenty of rich visuals, alongside written contributions from Pamela Golbin and Hamish Bowles.