This season, we see timeless fashion favourites making an appearance alongside a few unconventional, reworked designs. Autumn/Winter 2016 is all about layering with outerwear and moving towards more neutral palettes. In short, this season sees classic utility meet progressive streetwear.
The bomber jacket has been a favourite since the start of the year. Lightweight and versatile, it is no wonder it’s still a designer (and crowd) favourite. Moss green is the new black this season, letting you cut a smart yet laid-back silhouette with the MA1 Bomber.
Taking cues from the 90s, designers are bringing badged jackets back. This is a low-key trend that blends utilitarian function, style, and comfort.
The Souvenir Jacket is an updated take on a design that has its roots in WWII era soldiers getting jackets made for them in the pacific. Its mix of lightweight materials and striking aesthetic makes it a stand out addition to your night time wardrobe.
90s grunge makes a reappearance with Raw Hem Jeans, while good old jackets are a statement piece for the A/W season. Gear your look towards streetwear accessibility while keeping it functional.
Versatility is the buzzword for the season, so upgrade your classic trousers to a cropped silhouette and dress them down with sneakers or up with Derbys.
The athleisure trend is still going strong, so pull on a pair of joggers for a minimal and sophisticated take on post gym dressing.
Move aside, oversized tote bags. Go hands-free with a Camo Backpack, a more pragmatic option than the messenger bag.