Moreporks once again make a seasonal transition from their summer sailing pursuits into New Zealand's hunting grounds with their Wildfowl Season collection lookbook. The brand's lifestyle choices have always been a huge influence on their collections with a clear divide between Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter.
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Amsterdam homies Daily Paper and Filling Pieces have put together this interesting capsule collection for their inaugural collaboration. Dubbed the Batik pack, the two brands make use of traditional Indonesian fabric by fusing it with contemporary streetwear silhouettes, namely two wool bomber jackets and two pairs of sneakers.
The collection itself draws on both PUMA's sporting heritage and ASOS Black's devotion to design. The collection establishes a cohesive selection of products using printed fabric, strong colour blocking and experimental appliqué.
Designer goods label Everlane recently unveiled this dope luggage collection that offers a unique twist on the usual construction of denim product, dubbed the Reverse-Denim collection for Summer 2013. The collection includes a tote bag, weekender, and backpack all of which feature the usual silhouettes with an interesting reverse design that sees the grey weft of the denim on the exterior of each item as opposed to its usual interior positioning.
I've always seen Kyle, the owner of Enclave as a bit of a Connoisseur, whether it be in terms of print design, garment construction or indeed the material from which collections are built. This last factor is what the latest micro-collection plays on with great success.
Enclave sought out Royal Navy Tailor and their extensive archives to find a never again to be produced Jacquard denim.
With the warmer weather apparently chomping at the bit to please us right now, it's evident that summer is fast approaching. Halvø Shores are just about to drop a capsule collection entitled The Coast Line Speckle Pack which delivers a small but perfectly formed set of tees to bolster your summer wardrobe.
The brand are renowned for the quality of their button down Oxfords and they do not spare anything in the crafting of the Vintage line.
Proudly hailing from London, Dodd is much more formal than what we usually post on FH. Designed and assembled in England with fine quality materials, the majority of the A/W '13 collection is made on these shores, drafting in luxurious fabrics such as Japanese gauze wool and Italian yarn.
Designed by George Hudson, who has a history of working for brands such as Percival, Hudson skipped the S/S collection to focus on A/W. The small bracket in this country in which we have a sunny period is so slim that more attention on warmer winter wear I feel is an impressive and worth while decision proving to have worked exceedingly well.
Grand Scheme, an independent lifestyle label hailing from Australia, have already established themselves on their home turf, but this collection sees them begin to make their mark in the UK.
For their first UK drop, the brand have re-released their popular Maui Wowie print, this time applying it to a bucket hat, 5 panel and snapback hats, as well as the usual fare of t-shirts, shorts and button down shirts.