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While the winter slowly begins to relinquish its hold, we begin to turn our attention to the season ahead. Awash with fresh ideas, the END. Spring 2016 lookbook carefully curates our extensive offering of international collections to highlight seven looks that perfectly encapsulate the mood of the season.

Shot against the brilliantly stark all-white backdrop of Northumberland’s medieval Brinkburn Priory, the edit showcases a selection of some of END.’s most popular labels meticulously sourced from around the globe. We also welcome new brands Helmut Lang and Bounty Hunter into the fold, adding to our ever-increasing roster of the world’s finest menswear.

 Acting as a welcome remedy to the moody color palettes of the winter collections, a more muted, somewhat subdued palette begins to take over for the spring.

Classic pairings of black and white are punctuated with soft greys, pale neutrals and timeless shades of navy. Sugary sorbet pastels and washed-out greens and orange offer a fashion-lead edge to essential streetwear styles. 

Emerging as one of the key trends from the international runways and, perhaps more importantly, from the looks that flood the streets outside of the shows, a refreshed look at layering for spring comes to the forefront. Trophy bomber jackets sit beneath lightweight outerwear, revealing slices of printed tees beneath; while exaggerated streetwear silhouettes sit atop the sharpest of skinny, biker-inspired jeans.

Champion the clean, fresh mood of the spring.

See the full selection of products on END. Clothing.

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