Club Monaco Spring/Summer 2012 Lookbook Part 1

Club Monaco Spring/Summer 2012 Lookbook Part 1

Here we have a few styled shots from the folks at Club Monaco for their Spring 2012 collection. This will most likely be the first batch of product to drop next season so we’re expecting more great stuff from the brand.

The seasonal color palette starts off with nature inspired tones of rock grays, fresh taupes and wood browns, then becomes warm with diffused, sunny yellows and marigolds in faded floral prints and cheer chiffons. He travels in classic Californian outdoor rugged style, with washed pea coats, patterned sweater blazers and chinos accented with distressed leather accessories.

More looks below. (via Ruben Hughes)

COS Spring/Summer 2012 Lookbook

COS Spring/Summer 2012 Lookbook

Here we have a look at COS’s Spring 2012 offerings. The styling consists of some really minimalistic designs that are delivered in a more vibrant color palette. The pastels really stand out and work well with the overall simplicity of the collection. It’s definitely one to look forward to, folks.

Dana Lee Spring/Summer 2012 Lookbook & Film

Dana Lee Spring/Summer 2012 Lookbook & Film

Dana Lee has displayed some exceptional work over the past few years and the New York designer’s S/S 2012 collection is all that we expected and then some. The color palette for next spring features a perfect balance of neutrals and stand outs such as red and yellow help to give the lineup some distinction and character. With retailers like Opening Ceremony, Standard Goods and Hunting & Collecting carrying Dana Lee, we’re sure we’ll be seeing more of this amazing product in the near future.

If the imagery below isn’t enough to build the anticipation, then be sure to check out the short film Dana Lee has released to coincide with the looks.

Kris Van Assche ‘A Moment in Time’ Short Film

Kris Van Assche 'A Moment in Time' Short Film

We got hints of this a while back but Kris Van Assche has finally unveiled his short film, “A Moment in Time”. It’s directed by Joost Vandebrug and was presented a few days back at the launch of LONDERZEEL number 2 during Paris Fashion Week. The short film represents the easy going feel of Kris Van Assche’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection by telling a story of two old friends that reconnect at a bar after sometime apart.

Feit Spring 2012 Hand Sewn Reconnaissance Collection

Feit Spring 2012 Hand Sewn Reconnaissance Collection

Some of the finest footwear we’ve seen in quite sometime, Feit’s limited edition “Hand Sewn Reconnaissance” collection for Spring 2012 features a few new models in a range of colorways. The Hand Sewn Superclean Low, High and Stitchown model combine specialized techniques such as hand-made Goodyear construction, with the heel construction of a hand sewn moccasin, and finishing in the shape and feel of a classic court sport sneaker, each style is built to completion by one master craftsman using the finest Italian leathers. Look for these to not only be available for preorder through feitdirect.com but through select retailers worldwide as well.

Salon Show | E. Tautz Spring/Summer 2012

Salon Show | E. Tautz Spring/Summer 2012

Patrick Grant has done a tremendous job with Savile Row’s E. Tautz and the proof is in the results, as the label’s Spring 2012 collection was recently showcased at London Fashion Week. The label’s known to mix classic English sensibility with edge and wit. The pieces are simple at heart, beautifully handmade, and playful as well. The inspiration behind this season’s offerings comes from the 1924 Paris Olympics, Oxford rowers as well as a thing or two from Felix Carvajal, the marathon running postman.

Ozwald Boateng Spring/Summer 2012 Looks

Ozwald Boateng Spring/Summer 2012 Looks

Taking inspiration from family safari expedition in Kenya, Savile Row designer Ozwald Boateng unveils his Spring 2012 offerings. “In a nod to an emotional journey, Boateng presents an assortment of weary travellers, pioneers and revolutionaries outfitted in looks that perfectly balance leisure and refinement.” The house’s iconic infusion of color and detailing is apparent throughout, while the collection also blends tradition with innovation. The color palette for Boateng’s vision paints a picture of the vast African landscape with Terracota and orange hues working alongside rich greens and deep indigos. (via Style Salvage)