British designer Jacob Kane, winner of the Best Under-the-Radar Brand of 2017 in our exclusive Highsnobiety Crowns series, now follows up the strong year with the unveiling of his FW18 collection titled "Uniform for the Modern Youth."

As the name suggests, the line was inspired by those three subjects; uniform and uniformity, modernity, and the idea of youth -- essentially a statement of things to come, featuring all of the core garment types and materials that are expected to be explored further in future collections.

With the editorial captured in the town of Bury on the outskirts of Manchester, England -- in an old car scrapyard by Christopher McCroy -- the juxtaposition of jackets, hoodies, bottoms, and more in a predominantly navy and red palette display the collection’s distinct workwear influence, coupled with the now-popular sportswear aesthetic, to simply portray the fact that it's an aesthetic that can be worn comfortably by anyone.

If you like what you see, head on over to Jacob Kane's official website now for further details.

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