At times it feels like a full-time job just keeping up to date with the news. Political events, wars, new music, new stuff to spend your money on — there’s more distractions than ever out there. That’s why, to save you time and energy, we’ve wrapped up the week's best lookbook submissions in one handy space, so you can feast your eyes on them all in one.

Below you’ll find a selection of the week’s dopest lookbooks.

WTAPS Editorial in Grind Magazine

Season: SS17

Key Pieces: The baggy khaki cargo pants and the burgundy college-style bomber jacket are both ‘90s bangers enjoying trending status today.

Editor’s Notes: Japanese streetwear mainstay WTAPS consistently take its aesthetic cues from military styling, and functional outerwear, and this season is no exception. The brand’s latest editorial in Japanese streetwear tome GRIND reimagines the brand’s SS17 collection with some ‘90s high school picture day treatment.


Season: SS17

Key Pieces: Asymmetrical raw denim jeans, the taped-seam crewneck and the baby pink hoodie emblazoned with the collaboration details.

Editor’s Notes: Korea’s LIFUL MINIMAL GARMENTS. has collaborated with fellow Korean brand Sewing Boundaries, and it’s an unlikely union given that LIFUL is a streetwear fave and Sewing Boundaries is a brand that really has no niche focus. They basically make genderless, unisex clothing that’s totally nondescript but hones focus on quality craftsmanship. The result is a robust collection of cute, wearable staples that’s way less utilitarian than LIFUL’s usual garb.

La Haine Milan

Season: The ’17 | ’18 Collection

Key Pieces: The camo trench is certainly one for outerwear arsenal, and the skull pattern camp shirt is the angst your summer wardrobe is missing.

Editor’s Notes: La Haine’s second collection is titled “Post Apocalypse Mood” and it’s filled with plenty of grunge-laced bangers like tartan shirts and throwback mustard cords. The brand’s latest lookbook boasts some pretty solid styling direction too, featuring plenty of trending style hacks like a subtle sweater tuck.

Butter Goods

Season: Spring/Summer 2017

Key Pieces: The “Jazz Diplomacy” T-shirt and in the age of overbearing graphic treatment, the brand’s subtly branded “Butter” T-shirts in an array of colorways are particularly welcome.

Editor’s Notes: This rising Australian skate label is proving that a refined approaching to bold graphics is best. Their latest collection features plenty of directional visual motifs across a range of wardrobe staples like hoodies, caps, etc. but it’s pared back in all the right places.


Season: SS17

Key Pieces: The tree branch print button-down and the “Thirsty” hoodie are worthy of your summer wardrobe rotation.

Editor’s Notes: A fresh palette of neutral shades and utility-inspired fabrics is shot with some whimsical graphic treatment and this rising Danish brand offers plenty of wearable staples for those easy, breezy summer nights.

Slam Jam Socialism Editorial: Are Friends Electric?

Season: Spring 2017

Key Pieces: The excellent “Zero Shame Sweatshirt” from Slam Jam’s recent collaboration with Christopher Shannon and Buffalo Zine, and the pearly-gray anorak from Stone Island is one for the outerwear wishlist.

Editor’s Notes: Everyone’s fave Milanese fashion destination offers up their latest editorial and it’s an ode to the dreamy dullness of suburban existence. Young, beautiful Italians are captured looking impeccably bored and broody in some sumptuous threads by a handpicked selection of brands including ALYX and OFF-WHITE.


Season: Spring/Summer 2017

Key Pieces: Basically everything. The lookbook features the work of Richard “French” Sayer, Blake “Bow3ry” Burton, Noel Boyt and Matthew Miller.

Editor’s Notes: This global art collective is committed to highlighting the underground. Every month, the brand drops a range of limited edition T-shirts featuring work from emerging artists from all over the world.


Season: Spring/Summer 2017

Key Pieces: The card wallet in a rich burgundy and plush apricot is standout.

Editor’s Notes: This Singaporean accessories brand takes functionality and aesthetics as seriously as it takes craftsmanship. The brand’s luxe SS17 collection was full of practical hits crafted from Italian leather, but their new “Sunrise” collection hones focus on small, leather goods in a peachy palette of easy hues.

Carhartt WIP x BeingHunted

Season: Spring/Summer 2017

Key Pieces: The classics like the Stüssy Harakuru Chapter Chore jacket as well as heavy-duty camo cargo pants (a crucial spring staple), and that duck brown jacket featuring some iconic Tommy Boy Records insignia.

Editor’s Notes: The beloved heritage streetwear label gets the gritty (achingly hip) Berlin treatment for its latest editorial, produced in collaboration with Berlin-based agency BeingHunted. Featuring a cast of Berlin’s prolific underground talents; DJ Fetisch, skate pioneer Dirk Bonn, Staycore DJ Mobile Girl and self-appointed “R&B thug” BØA, the sun-tinged editorial was shot entirely by Henrik Alm.


Season: Spring/Summer 2017

Key Pieces: The Denim vest with a leopard print collar and the checker-board bomber jacket are particularly excellent.

Editor’s Notes: Raif Adelberg's genderless fashion label HERMAN returns with a new collection, and though it stays true to its surf and skate DNA with a plenty of easy-to-wear staples, the Stussy tribe veteran hones in on animal prints and this lookbook is a lesson in clashing chaotic prints with poetic precision.

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