To coincide with their new website launch, this week we also get a look at 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi's lookbook for Spring/Summer 2016. The brand here pulls inspiration from both cholo culture and marine aesthetic to make for an intriguing concept. Throughout the majority of the range, black, white and navy hues are utilized on tonal palettes, while various holes have been implemented to mimic bullet-pierced textures. Grommets have also been put into play on select items as a reference to marine uniforms, as gold embroidery reminds of marine dress trimmings.

On the material side of things, 11BYBBS notes a feature on Japanese denim as well as concentration on indigo-dyed fabrics. Contrasting textures is also another point of interest, while the line then boasts a baggage collaboration with Ortlieb and a headwear effort with New Era.

Upon checking out the lookbook for Spring/Summer 2016, be sure to visit 11BYBBS's new website.

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