London designer and Virgil Abloh's former right-hand man, Sam Ross, has unveiled a fresh batch of FW16 gear from his A-COLD-WALL* imprint, with an emphasis on suiting. Included in the lineup are a slim fit, half-lined three-piece crafted from Scottish patterned wool, as well as a black crumple-textured silk number, which features utility clips on the waistcoat fastening.

If the suits aren't your vibe, then Ross has also got some mega-oversized scarves (2.2 meters long — two meters!) and some utility bags.

The pieces will be available via SSENSE and Barneys New York in November. Take a peek at the images above and you'll also see a teaser of a forthcoming Nike shoe — the "Special Field" Air Force 1 to be precise.

Keep an eye on A-COLD-WALL*'s website for more from this exciting London up-and-comer, and peep the accompanying video below.

Creative & Art Direction: Samuel Ross Filmography: Jordan Green Styling: Andrew Harper & Samuel Ross Color grade: Samuel Ross Score: Samuel Ross

For more fashion news, check out this video interview with UNITED ARROWS's head honcho Hirofumi Kurino.

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