For Spring/Summer 16, Libertine Libertine stay true to their intrinsic style and classic, minimalist silhouette, entwining loose sportswear references with relaxed tailoring to build a collection that feels intelligent, precise and well thought out.
New in - Apiece Apart SS16. When Apiece Apart launched in 2008, its organizing principle was modularity. Designers Laura Cramer and Starr Houtwanted all their clothes to mix and match together—not just within collections, but between seasons and over the years.
Back in 2011, Lyon based Arpenteur started with one goal - to update classic French workwear with a modern voice. With fabrics sourced within France and local factories to do with their production, they've created pieces to be worn everyday but made to last a lifetime.
The new line is full of pieces and accessories inspired by traditional Japanese tailoring paired with military influences. A major part in the collection plays Indigo and chambray matched with classic patterns like wide stripes, floral prints, and checkers.
Continuously inspired by their surrounds, Apiece Apart delivers Resort 16 - based off the dramatic landscapes and artier proclivities of Galisteo, New Mexico, home of the late painter Agnes Martin and to Tom Ford and Richard Buckley's Tadao Ando-designed ranch.
Premium fabrics are a cornerstone of the Mismo philosophy, and the Autumn/Winter 2015 collection is no exception. Subtle, innovative fabrics both inspire new designs and enliven existing styles, bringing fresh looks and new life to classic Mismo silhouettes.