For the new season, Samuel Ross and his A-COLD-WALL* outfit have taken cues from British Factory routines and the coinciding environment. From the working class background, to accompanying hardships and more, such inspiration has been carried out in intriguing fashion for the label that is now transitioning into new territory. Accordingly, graphics have been displaced and implemented across obscure workwear styles, as we even see aprons being thrown into the mix. Ponchos and scarves are other items of interest within the Fall/Winter 2015 collection, which also notes crewnecks, sweats and additional jackets being presented. Hand-dyed garments are another consistent theme throughout the line, while differing textures have been utilized in order to account for added diversity.

You can currently pick up select styles from A-COLD-WALL*'s new fall/winter range online.

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