You know how much we love good coats and jackets. When we saw the Fall/Winter 2010 collection by New York menswear line Orthodox, we only had eyes for the jackets. Not that the rest of the collection isn’t awesome, but their jackets are amazing, especially the taupe one.
With careful attention to detail and fabrics, the latest collection can best be described as disheveled yet refined where traditions are respected but rules relaxed. Highlights include, but are not limited to, outerwear featuring herringbone corduroy fabrics from Milan, leather jackets in washed lamb and goat skin in deep, rich midnight blues, olives, and reddish browns. Cotton and wool blended sweaters with signature Orthodox raw edge finishings and marbled yarns to provide more depth (crews with roll up sleeves, v-necks, and henleys) and the use of leather mixed with wool to create a version of the classic letterman jacket.
Check out the images below and check out Orthodox‘s site for more info, including stores worldwide that stock the line.
There’s a really hot line from Japan called Impossible Possibility. We just got a set of the coolest look book images from their Fall/Winter 2010 collection and we’re in love! It’s both men’s and women’s, so there’s a few women’s pieces in some of the pics.
If you want to see more, check out sisii‘s site for past collections and videos.http://www.sisii.com
Check out the super hot jewelry collection by Swedish designer Lina Osterman. It’s an amazing mix of austere and minimal, but done with big, chunky, tough guy chains (the line is unisex, fyi) that are treated sterling silver giving the collection a look all its own.
See the images below to see for yourself. Don’t forget to check out Osterman‘s site for more info.