(capsule) Fall 2013
Spotted amongst the crazy good continental menswear Ian Velardi (one of GQ’s Best New Menswear Designers in America) was stocking in his (capsule) trade show space was this tounge-in-cheek take on traditional camouflage pattern.
GQ Editors’ Picks: Capsule Trade Show
One of fall’s biggest trends—blanket stripes—brought to you in classic sweatshirt form by Hudson’s Bay.
Unlikely Brothers is a new shirt line that has great core basics, but is punched up by limited-run styles made from dead stock fabric. This vintage chambray camo print is just too cool.
We’re obsessed with rucksacks, and we love Poler's, with its pop of cobalt blue.
Read Wall reworks a classic anorak silhouette into a full-zip jacket and gets it right, with this safety orange hooded number that’s as stylish as it is effective against the elements.
"Ian Velardi's signature take on classic Italian tailoring gets updated in a great army green cotton to keep you looking and feeling cool come next spring.”
If you’re trolling the trade shows this week, be sure to swing by (capsule), where photographer Ryan Kibler is taking 4x5 Polaroids of sharp showgoers (all those folks queued up yesterday? That was for him.)
Exclusive Preview: Spring’s M.V.P.
We invaded (capsule) show yesterday and snagged our favorite spring looks for an editorial we’re calling “Spring’s M.V.P.”