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One thing that we Love about Farah 2013 Fall/Winter “1920” collection is the way they have combined contemporary vintage and some amazing tailored looks to project ‘stylish and cool’. The thing about fashion and style is you never want an outfit to look forced, and that’s what Farah have kept in mind – creating looks that look effortlessly Sauvé. The brand has deep connecting roots to the roaring 20’s in Texas and have since began creating combat gear for the military.  But for their new lookbook collection they have reinvented this idea in a new and modern form.

Pieces in the collection include khaki parkas, knitwear and denim – essentials for the rapidly approaching A/W season ahead. The military inspiration in the collection is spotted in the detailing. For instance the 3-button navy blazer or the navy striped jumper and not to forget the tailored chinos have made the collection capture some of the 1920’s in a more creative and exciting way.

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To get your hands on one of these lookbook pieces visit the brands here.

Written by Yvonne Jay
One thing that we Love about Farah 2013 Fall/Winter “1920” collection is the way they have combined contemporary vintage and some amazing tailored looks to project ‘stylish and cool’. The thing about fashion and style is you never want an outfit to look forced, and that’s what Farah have kept in mind – creating looks that look effortlessly Sauvé. The brand has deep connecting roots to the roaring 20’s in Texas and have since began creating combat gear for the military.  But for their new lookbook collection they have reinvented this idea in a new and modern form.

Pieces in the collection include khaki parkas, knitwear and denim – essentials for the rapidly approaching A/W season ahead. The military inspiration in the collection is spotted in the detailing. For instance the 3-button navy blazer or the navy striped jumper and not to forget the tailored chinos have made the collection capture some of the 1920’s in a more creative and exciting way.

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To get your hands on one of these lookbook pieces visit the brands here.

Written by Yvonne Jay
Starting off as a small family business in Buffalo, New York New Era Celebrated 59 years of its 59FIFTY on-field cap last week by releasing a one-off collection of four specially designed 59FIFTY caps.

Here’s a look at some of the exclusive designs below:

Brooklyn Dodgers Edition
New Era Anniversary 1

Detroit Tigers Edition
New Era Anniversary 2

Classic NY Edition
New Era Anniversary 3

 

New Era Brewer Street

The New Era London store kicked off celebrations by hosting an all day in store party at it’s Soho location with DJ’s such as Kwame, The Last Skeptik and One Man playing some awesome tunes for customers.

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Entertainment was provided by artist FurFur who was impressing the store with some of his signature live art as well as magician Andy Gladwin showcasing some crazy tricks which customers got to experience from up-close. There was also some lovely complimentary food and drinks to enjoy whilst you shopped the new collection plus chances to sign up to some fantastic giveaways.

Shop the limited edition New Era 59FIFTY collection online here.

Words by Jordan Victor-Harrison
One thing that we Love about Farah 2013 Fall/Winter “1920” collection is the way they have combined contemporary vintage and some amazing tailored looks to project ‘stylish and cool’. The thing about fashion and style is you never want an outfit to look forced, and that’s what Farah have kept in mind – creating looks that look effortlessly Sauvé. The brand has deep connecting roots to the roaring 20’s in Texas and have since began creating combat gear for the military.  But for their new lookbook collection they have reinvented this idea in a new and modern form.

Pieces in the collection include khaki parkas, knitwear and denim – essentials for the rapidly approaching A/W season ahead. The military inspiration in the collection is spotted in the detailing. For instance the 3-button navy blazer or the navy striped jumper and not to forget the tailored chinos have made the collection capture some of the 1920’s in a more creative and exciting way.

N_AW_02_13 N_AW_03_13 N_AW_05_13 N_AW_08_13

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To get your hands on one of these lookbook pieces visit the brands here.

Written by Yvonne Jay
Starting off as a small family business in Buffalo, New York New Era Celebrated 59 years of its 59FIFTY on-field cap last week by releasing a one-off collection of four specially designed 59FIFTY caps.

Here’s a look at some of the exclusive designs below:

Brooklyn Dodgers Edition
New Era Anniversary 1

Detroit Tigers Edition
New Era Anniversary 2

Classic NY Edition
New Era Anniversary 3

 

New Era Brewer Street

The New Era London store kicked off celebrations by hosting an all day in store party at it’s Soho location with DJ’s such as Kwame, The Last Skeptik and One Man playing some awesome tunes for customers.

New Era Brewer Street 2

Entertainment was provided by artist FurFur who was impressing the store with some of his signature live art as well as magician Andy Gladwin showcasing some crazy tricks which customers got to experience from up-close. There was also some lovely complimentary food and drinks to enjoy whilst you shopped the new collection plus chances to sign up to some fantastic giveaways.

Shop the limited edition New Era 59FIFTY collection online here.

Words by Jordan Victor-Harrison
As London Fashion Week is quickly approaching, it’s time for us to start getting our outfits together!
Why not go for a subtle colour blocked look? Gearing towards the trendy colours for the autumn season such as burgundy, navy blue, and dark green.

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1. Blazer – Richard James
2. T-shirt – Weekday
3. Trousers – AMI
4. Portfolio – Zara
5. Loafers – Russell  & Bromley

Words & Styling by Remi Afolabi