We just came across a line from Paris called U-NI-TY whose menswear collection for Spring/Summer 2011 collection we love!
The collection combines pieces that have that slouchy Japanese quality we love coupled with slim fits and pieces where tailoring is more evident, but not overbearing. With all of the gray mixed with black and white, it’s right up our alley. U-NI-TY creates unique pieces and has a laissez -faire attitude towards the clothes. Whether itâ€™s mixing different materials with different motifs, the essential goal is to execute a used, authentic vintage silhouette.
Check out images from the Spring/Summer 2011 collection below. For more info and images, as well as an extensive list of shops that carry the line worldwide, check out U-NI-TY‘s site.
There’s a band from Brooklyn (shocking, we know!) called Glass Ghost that we just checked out and think you should do the same. They just covered Fake Out — a track by another Brooklyn band — Bear In Heaven — who we saw at Music Hall of Brooklyn this past weekend.
You can listen to Glass Ghost‘s cover of Fake Out in the player below. Don’t forget to check out their MySpace to hear more tracks.
We just got images for the Spring/Summer 2011 menswear collection from 08sircus, which is designed by Japan’s Kiminori Morishita. Check out our coverage of the Spring/Summer 2010 line here and the Fall/Winter 2010 line here.
The line has progressed nicely and is much more wearable this season without losing its distinctive look. We love all the gray in the muted palette, especially since it’s a Spring/Summer collection. Additionally, many pieces in the collection are reversible, which gives even more versatility to the line and the pieces in it.
Check out the images below. For more info and images from past collections, check out 08sircus‘ site.