For Fall 2017, Saturdays NYC Releases Lookbook Inspired by Post-War Youth
With the summer nearing its end, Saturdays NYC has dropped their lookbook for the cooler months ahead. For Fall 2017, their collection pulls inspiration from the Bronze Age, gilding techniques, and the first generation of working-class, post-war youth. The color palette’s downright perfect for the fall, with bronze and patinated colors like mint making their way into the mix. The wintry range blends boxy silhouettes with fine detailing with a range that includes a mock neck-fitted quilted jacket and vest, a quarter zip pullover made from 100% recycled cotton, use of cashmere on their Everyday Sweater and Miguel Waffle Knit Sweater, and more.
Saturdays also introduces a knife-pleated trouser made from Peruvian pima twill as well as a corduroy field pant. And as you’d expect, some of the strongest pieces come in the form of outerwear. Their Clyde Trench uses highly-dense, knitted nylon polyester microfiber to give a velvety hand feel while their Nathan Parka returns with a more structured look. Other fine fabrics include silk-blend wools you’ll see on their Dimitri popover shirt and an angora-wool French Terry fabric that can be seen on their Ditch hoodie.
Check out all of Saturdays NYC Fall 2017 looks in the gallery up top and shop the goods now in-store and through their online store.