Founded by Emily Bode, New York City-based label BODE is constantly showing the fashion world how it's done when it comes to intricate knits and eye-catching designs. Incorporating old knitting techniques and nostalgic fabrics, the menswear brand has garnered a loyal following, with some of its best pieces quickly selling out at select retailers around the globe.

For those looking to add a touch of BODE flair to their wardrobe, the curators here at Highsnobiety have trawled online destinations such as SSENSE and Browns to bring you the best of what's available from the up-and-coming label.

If you're into patchwork, look no further than the dope jumpsuit in blue and striped denim or the eye-catching pants made using different colorful fabrics. Those looking more classic steez can't go wrong with the striped jacket or see-through shirt made using vintage cotton lace.

Scroll on for our favorite BODE pieces still available.

Tops

Lace Trimmed Linen Shirt

Lace Trimmed Linen Shirt

$420

BODE

Buy at Matchesfashion
Cross-Stitched Cotton-Muslin Shirt

Cross-Stitched Cotton-Muslin Shirt

$420

BODE

Buy at Matchesfashion

Workwear Jacket

$462

BODE

Buy at tres bien
Striped Cotton Jacket

Striped Cotton Jacket

$805

BODE

Buy at Matchesfashion

Quaker Lace Havana Shirt Ecru

$500

BODE

Buy at tres bien

Bottoms

Denim Patchwork Jumpsuit

$590

BODE

Buy at ssense

Kolkata Patch Trousers

$492

BODE

Buy at Browns

Dragon Silk Trousers

from $387

BODE

(Available at 2 Merchants)
(Available at 2 Merchants)
Checkerboard Embroidered Cotton Shorts

Checkerboard Embroidered Cotton Shorts

$452

BODE

Buy at Matchesfashion

Tiger Rugby Shorts

$249

BODE

Buy at ssense

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