Selectism turn us to Loro Piana’s S/S ’11 men’s looks and they’re nothing short of epic, but that’s expected from the Italian label. The casual wear looks great as does just about everything they’re offering up such as the travel bags and of course, the various sportcoats featured throughout the looks.
Though we’ve shown Nonnative’s S/S ’11 video preview, getting to see the actual stills for the label’s looks might appeal to the masses. They’re giving us exactly what we’ve come to expect from the brand, with pieces, which utilize fine fabrics and materials and are really well constructed.
Canada-based retailer Roden Gray has taken their first deliver of Nonnative’s Spring 2011 collection so be sure to head over there and check it out.
C.P. Company has dropped imagery for the S/S 2011 advertising campaigns captured by British photographer Phil Poynter. The looks were shot in a men’s locker room of yesteryear with an atmosphere that reflected both the history of the brand and the history of sportswear.
To showcase their Spring 2011 offerings for the Black Men’s collection, ASOS turned to British band The Heartbreaks. With this being the label’s second year around, we like the direction it’s headed. The majority of pieces are impeccably crafted with plenty of classic pieces such as the jersey sweatshirt as well as the various suiting options found throughout the lineup.
Video and imagery from the lookbook after the jump.
We’re quite impressed by the Fall 2011 collection from Shipley & Halmos. The pieces are well fitting and are extremely wearable as well. There are definitely some solid gems including a gray DB blazer that’s extremely versatile due to its short cut and fit.
Brooks Brothers recently dropped their Spring 2011 catalog which gives us some great looks at the iconic brand’s offerings for the coming months, most of which has already begun to hit stores nationwide. We’re talking classic American wear done right. Some of our favorites include the pocket squares and neckwear.
L.A.S. over at Sartorially Inclined turns us to L.B.M. 1911’s F/W ’11 collection. The more “casual” collection by the Mantova based tailoring house Lubiam, L.B.M. delivers top quality product made by a company that’s been perfecting tailoring for over 100 years. “F/W 2011, and L.B.M. 1911 in general, is all about deconstructing the blazer as much as possible – it’s the definition of dressed down tailoring.” Each featured in this collection looks solid. The fabric and detailing is phenomenal while the craftsmanship is unmatched.
Bleu de Paname’s Spring 2011 will begin to land at stockists in the coming weeks and here we have a good look at their offerings for the warmer months ahead. Dubbed the “Apache” collection, the thematic collection gives reference to the clothing style gang of Paris from the Belle Epoque era.
We’ve got a look at Norse Projects‘ Fall 2011 lookbook which was captured by photographer Sacha Maric. The shoot took place on the cliff’s of Møn, an island located in south-eastern Denmark. The backdrop helped to deliver some impressive imagery for the collection, which is known to be as durable and functional in such extreme weathers as any brand out.