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SS17 Looks - Part 1

We've put together a few looks for Spring, featuring outerwear and great transitional pieces. 

Look 01 - Featuring Outclass Water Repellent Anorak Jacket, Stan Ray Ripstop 4 Pocket Fatigue Pants, 18 Waits Indigo Dots Dylan Shirt and Craighill Brass Foundry Cuff.

 

Look 02 - Featuring Vetra Hydrone Blue D-Pocket Chore Jacket, Portuguese Flannel Remendo Patchwork Shirt, Stan Ray Olive Staeen 4 Pocket Fatigue Pants, and New Balance Grey 1400 JWH.

 

Look 03 - Featuring 18 Waits Dylan Desert Stripes Shirt, Bon Vivant Tan Lightweight Keenan Chinos, New Balance Tan ML1978C and DW Leatherworks Type 2 Carabiner Key Hook.

 

New Balance 1978

New Balance recently released the brand new 1978 silhouette that draws inspiration from the classic 990 model that debuted in 1978 — hence the moniker. We've brought in the Grey and Tan colourways. This fledgling low-top lifestyle sneaker was handcrafted in the Boston-based stalwart’s manufacturing facility in Norridgewock, Maine and is made up of only the finest textiles.

The sleek shoe is fitted with a suede and leather upper alongside perforated details on the toe box and “N” insignia. To top it off, the collar is done up in deconstructed leather. The most eye-catching attribute definitely goes to the Vibram® sole unit that was meticulously prepped and polished in the New Balance Brighton factory. In fact, the injection-molded sole is touted as lighter, more flexible, and even sturdier than other IMEVA soles.

“With the 1978, we challenged ourselves with a new, innovative silhouette to offer the most relevant, modern style for our always-on-the-go consumer who appreciates the blend of function, fashion, sport and premium craftsmanship,” the company professed. “The 1978 isn’t a conventional classic, it is the first MADE silhouette designed under our evolutionary concept, ‘Style of Your Life,’ and delivers versatility for the modern style seeker.”

Introducing Garment Project

Launched from Copenhagen in 2013, Garment Project has always had a passion for perfection and high quality, while maintaining their minimalist and casual Scandinavian design. The label features minimalist sneakers that combine casual silhouettes with dressier details, making them a classic staple in every wardrobe.

Produced in Portugal, each pair features a high-quality rubber sole with an upper of fine leathers, finished with coated laces and meticulous stitching. Garment Project brings you footwear that will hold up for seasons to come, both stylistically and physically.

Every style is thought well through in the details of both a clean look and an ideal comfort. They are driven by the desire of creating a sublime collection focusing on flexible materials but still with an affordable price.

The young trending brand was launched from Copenhagen, Denmark in 2013. Designer Kent Rau’s most notable experience during his long fashion career is designing with Nike, which informs the technical and sportswear elements of his shoes.

Garment Project is driven by a passion for meticulous and effortless eye-catching Scandinavian aesthetic’s and they describes their contemporary Scandinavian aesthetic as cool, calm, and collected.