Mishka Fall 2010 Lookbook

Mishka is the line I’ve probably paid closest attention to without ever really owning a piece (except for my AP collabo)… and while their actual goods may not be completely my thing, the line has so much more to offer. Mishka’s image control may be the best in the game; from their still-dominant blog through to the presentation of their seasonal lookbooks, everything is tight and succinct, a rarity for the scale on which the brand operates. The fall 2010 collection is no different, with a wide range of looks being utilized: graphic-tee streetwear, boots and flannel workwear, east coast prep, even skinhead styles are shown throughout this lookbook. I’m really feeling the hooded parka and the varsity jacket, perhaps this is the season I finally cop something… click though for more.

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WTAPS Fall/Winter 2010

WTAPS is a line that I can really relate to on a stylistic level, as it mixes together military, prep, and workwear looks, which pretty much sums up my personal style. The ’2nd’ collection for fall/winter 2010, titled ‘Rokudenashi,’ is a great example of this signature look. The styling and presentation are simple and effective, much like the collection itself. Keep reading for the full lookbook…

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Albam Fall/Winter 2010 Preview

Simple clothes that wear easily, Albam reminds me of a British Wings + Horns in many ways … and for the first time, the line has released a few lookbook shots to accompany a seasonal collection. You can bet the denim and plaid shirts, outerwear, and accessories will all be hits… especially the backpack, as Albam has always produced beautiful throwback pieces in that department. Click through for a few more preview shots for f/w 2010.

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Burkman Bros Fall/Winter 2010 Lookbook

We featured the video preview for this collection waaay back here, and now Burkman Bros has finally released the full lookbook for their fall/winter 2010 line, entitled Himalayan High. An all-around solid collection of mountaineering and workwear-inspired pieces, the NYC-via Canada label always adds their signature flourishes of unexpected patterns and slightly off-kilter styling. Burkman Bros. has been solid season after season, and this lineup is no different… keep reading for more.

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Nonnative Fall/Winter 2010

Nonnative continues to be one of my favourite brands at it today, with their untouchable outdoors-inspired collections. Here is a look at their upcoming autumn/winter 2010 run, entitled ‘Yeti Hunting Club.’ The line is made up of a combination of workwear/outdoors styling, done in a earth tone color palette of brown, green, tan and orange.  This is one of those collections that I could see myself wearing almost everything from, and there is a lot to choose from.  Keep reading for the full preview…

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Perfecto Brand by Schott NYC: Spring 2011

I am really feeling all the throwbacks from classic American brands over the last few seasons, it was only a matter of time before it was Schott NYC‘s turn, and they did it with the Perfecto Brand. Schott has a solid history in the outerwear industry, known for their tough as nails jackets and coats. The Perfecto Brand is a look back into the archives of Schott, bringing back some of their most classic pieces and re-doing them in the finest materials with the highest quality construction. The premiere collection will be entirely made in their N.J. factory and will all be made from American sourced materials. Their are a few standouts for me, with those being the Waxed Canvas Perfecto jacket, the Denim P-Coat and the Mountain Parka. Keep reading for the full preview…

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Vans Classics Fall 2010 Lookbook

Mutual love of Vans is probably the easiest thing Brendan and I ever agreed on… their shoes have been a staple of our lives for a decade plus, and they likely will be for decades more. Here is a lookbook for their fall 2010 Classics collection, which is more an exercise in artistic presentation than a product-focused advertisement. Attempting to capture the definitive Vans aesthetic of SoCal surf, skate, and cycle, the lookbook also gives a glimpse at a few new colorways in the Chukka, Authentic, and Era shoe styles… keep reading for more.

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