The Shape of Things To Come
13 Jan 2017
The hype-meters are going off the charts, it's time for Goodhood's seasonal preview. We take a look at some of the most anticipated things due to arrive from all corners of the globe this season, including new brands set to join the roster. Save your money or forever hold your peace.
This season revolves around men's daily clothes, with designer Jun Takahashi producing pieces that he personally wants to wear. Each piece is designed to be mixed and matched with each other, and the silhouettes are a little less tight than previous seasons. However, there's no doubt that the icing on the cake for this season is the Vans Vault collaboration, featuring printed Era's and embroidered Old Skools. The hype is real.
It's a plant. Get over it. With the rise of weed related paraphenalia and the emerging luxury market riding the wave of decriminalizations across the world, Mister Green offer a collection of homewares, clothing and scents inspired by Cali's finest and tastefully appropriated.
Gore-Tex fans rejoice. A much anticipated arrival for us is famed Japanese label Nanamica. The brand specialise in meticulously crafted outerwear, utilising clean silhouettes and the best of the best materials. Our first selection includes super clean jackets, thermal waffle tops and bottoms, sweat pants and classic tees.
Already a store favourite in its short time on the men's floor, Japanese label Sasquatchfabrix. returns for Spring with another stellar collection. The brand utilises Japanese traditions like no other, blending stunning embroidery and all over patterns with brilliant Yakuza-esque styling.
Stockholm's finest Our Legacy can do no wrong. Each season the brand partners untouchable fabrics with classic silhouettes to create a collection appreciated by the every man and the paparazzi magnets alike. All over print shirts, silks and suedes are our most anticipated this time around.
Another brand that consistently delivers. Needles' Rebuild series is experiencing an upturn in interest in certain circles and that looks set to continue as the label are releasing their 7 cut band t-shirts outside of Japan for the first time, as well as repurposed denim jackets and camoflague shirts.
The California icon is back and looks set to really make its mark again in 2017. The collection is split into Spring and Summer drops, but both include classic Stussy graphic tees as well as printed shirts, terry shorts, overdyed sweats and much more. To the beach...
Another Scandinavian label finding the perfect balance between casual street ready garments and the world of higher fashion. Born from the same Stockholm store as Sun Buddies, Très Bien's in-house line blends minimal Scandinavian design with forward thinking cuts, all within an unbeatable price bracket.
Just looking through the Wacko Maria SS17 line sheets is enough to give anyone with an appreciation of the Tokyo label an increased heart rate. The Summer season is full of favourites; a plethora of immense printed short sleeve shirts plus more Souvenir jackets and show stopping outerwear.
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