Mjolk Fall/Winter 2010 Collection

Mjolk Fall/Winter 2010 Collection

Danish label Mjolk drops some great looks from their F/W 2010 collection. The color palette for the lineup is derived from city neighborhood whose character and beauty stem from long-standing cycles of cultural death and rebirth. “The forgotten cobblestones of Brooklyn’s Vinegar Hill tell the haunted and invigorating stories of the neighbourhood’s past and present. Mjölk follows the lives of the world’s great poets who lived and worked there—Walt Whitman, Hart Crane, E.E. Cummings, William Carlos Williams—and re-imagines the beauty and tragedy of these artists’ lives.”

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Billy Reid Spring/Summer 2010 Lookbook

Billy Reid Spring/Summer 2010 Lookbook

Selectism turns us to some great looks of Billy Reid‘s Spring/Summer 2010 collection. “As to be expected, their are some fine checked shirts and relaxed suiting options. Mr. Reid also continues his love affair with Southern foodways via a few playful graphic t-shirts.” The Jonathan jacket (above), is a new piece that blends cotton and linen in a trim blazer.

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Hope [Sweden] Spring/Summer 2010 Lookbook

Hope [Sweden] Spring/Summer 2010 Lookbook

Hope‘s Spring/Summer 2010 collection is hitting stockists across Europe and the collection is one we wish we had access to here in the US. Relaxed “newspaper boy” blazer jackets are styled with waistcoats and crinkled shirting. Wide trousers in light qualities worn with plaid jackets is a central silhouette. Casual, cropped, parka coats are nicely combined with formal volume trousers, rolled-up at bottom. Tail blazer jackets with knitted “kwondo” trousers create the edge for the season.

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Patrik Ervell Spring 2010 Collection

Patrik Ervell Spring 2010 Collection

Opening Ceremony’s taken their first shipment of Patrik Ervell‘s Spring collection, and were kind enough to share the looks. The 2010 CFDA Swarovski Award for Menswear nominee delivers all the pieces the designer’s known for but with a fresh and much-welcomed twist. Fabrics have been treated through the lens of decay: cottons are stained with copper oxide and iron metal shavings that have been left to soak in a saline solution for a week to create the mystically speckled pattern as seen perfectly-executed on suits and peter-pan collar shirts.

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Rogues Gallery Autumn/Winter 2010 Looks

Rogues Gallery Autumn/Winter 2010 Looks

Selectism turns us to looks from Rogues Gallery‘s A/W 2010 collection, courtesy of PTLDME. “Our local favorites remain focused on developing goods for the everyman who cares to look good without moving too forward into the depths of fashion. With that said, you’ll find solid pieces from jackets to trousers.” Aaron Levin was brought on as Creative Director after a good while at Hickey and this happens to be his first complete collection that he can call his own. From what we’ve seen so far, expect to be impressed. It’s consistent, wearable and masculine at all times.

And the model, if anyone’s wondering, is Sean Sullivan of The Impossible Cool.

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J.Crew: Men of Monocle for Spring 2010

J.Crew: Men of Monocle for Spring 2010

Tyler Brûlé has a great thing going on over at Monocle. The magazine’s been dishing out top-notch content in an array of mediums since February 2007. J.Crew recognized this and decided to get the team to try on the label’s Spring 2010 collection while also delivering an interesting Q&A session that covered a gambit of topics.

The pieces are set to hit stores on March 10th, and if you walk into any J.Crew shop now, you can pick up the catalog that features the products and the men. For the interviews, go here. Men of Monocle after the jump.

Topman Spring/Summer 2010 Lookbook

Topman Spring/Summer 2010 Lookbook

Though Topman‘s upcoming season offerings aren’t as highly anticipated as the British label’s Fall 2010 collection, it’s still worth taking a look at, as you can always expect to find a few diamonds in the rough. Chambray shirts and soft tees are all caught in the wild, all caught by photographer Beau Grealy.

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Heritage Research Spring/Summer 2010 Lookbook

Heritage Research Spring/Summer 2010 Lookbook

Selectism turns us to the Spring/Summer 2010 collection from England’s Heritage Research. The garments are crafted in England using the finest British and Japanese fabrics. Every piece is cut, sewn and finished by hand using traditional English tailoring methods. With inspiration drawn from military, outdoor and workwear themes, HR creates collections that strike a perfect balance between classic and contemporary clothing. This holds especially true in the S/S 2010 lineup, as the label blesses us with a great set of gear, some even my father would enjoy. Maybe.

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