Rising designer Daniel DuGoff only recently launched his eponymous line, but he’s already landed on “Forbes'” 30 under 30 list. As a former student of architecture, DuGoff’s clothing often references his old field, reveling in the kind of detail, that, in architecture, would transform a structure from a simple building to a work of art.
For Fall/Winter 2016 the designer offers winter staples with standout textures and prints. Luxe materials like cashmere, ultra-fine merino, and narrow-wale corduroy offer a riot of consistencies and fabric weights, making layering a very attractive option.
As always, DuGoff took print to heart, repurposing everyday occurrences like the water spots leftover from liquid condensation into surprising new patterns. You’ll also notice a few accessories this time around, namely belts. They’re made by Maximum Henry, a friend of the designer.
Scroll through the gallery to see the Jason Hardwick-shot lookbook and head to the DDUGOFF website to see new offerings.