Take a look at the adventure-driven lookbook from The North Face’s Premium Purple Label.
Combining fashion standards with outdoor silhouettes, The North Face’s Premium Purple Label, exclusive to Japan, presents its Fall/Winter 2015 Lookbook. The collection consists of fleece jackets, technical Coolmax and GORE-TEX materials, offering high-quality urban goods with an adventure-driven touch. The layering in the lookbook shows the versatility of the gear, a part from its technical use. The colour palette features navy, grey and olive as the main colours. The collection is set to hit the brand’s Japanese stores in the upcoming weeks. Check out the lookbook below.
Known for his luxurious craft, Domingo Rodriguez continues this with a modern take on contemporary minimalism throughout his SS16 collection. Focusing on pristine pattern cutting, monochromatic colours and textures presents ultra clean and modern looks that are infused with a touch of relaxation through his simple techniques. With a play on androgyny for SS16, Domingo Rodriguez takes staple menswear items and juxtaposes them with materials of silk georgette and crepes focusing on the silhouettes of the man. These means give a sense of delicacy to the collection, with flowing materials and unusual cuts for menswear provide a soft gentle touch that is contrasted with hard structured leather jackets. With a hint of sportswear thrown into the collection creates a balance between two opposing aesthetics – metal hardware, elasticated hems and button-off hoods Rodriguez manages to pull together masculine and feminine looks into a genderfluid state that looks visually modern and clean.
Domingo Rodriguez is all about quality, and this collection is no different. His minimal approach takes staple pieces into a high-fashion look finished with sleek cutting making the whole collection effortlessly luxurious and beautiful.
See the Domingo Rodriguez Spring/Summer 2016 lookbook below.