Sure it just launched earlier this year, but Korean brand LMC is wasting no time in upping its streetwear game in a relentless assault of fashion realness. The label, otherwise known as Lost Management Cities, came in hot with a debut summer collection that mixed laid back streetwear with heavy-duty military vibes.

To cap it off, this line also came with a collaborative sneaker made with FILA. In the months since, the brand has been busy churning out artistic collaborations with the likes of rising rapper Samuel Seo and fashion designer Joe Gush. But now LMC is back in the saddle riding solo with its FW16 collection, presented in a gritty new lookbook.

Where its summer line was all about the camo and armed forces vibes, LMC's latest offerings cash that in for looks inspired by hardcore skate culture. This season's offerings are comprised of a range of hoodies, long-sleeve shirts and sweatshirts, all of which sport an array of visually-arresting graphics. Said graphics are mostly iterations of the brand-logo, though intricate illustrations and humorous quotes can be found on a second glance.

Elsewhere in the collection, one will find standout pieces like the thickly-padded black track jacket, stitched with a clean brand logo in white on the back. And like all of the label's offerings, this collection is unisex.

To find out where to shop LMC's FW16 collection, be sure to visit its parent company LAYER's online store.

For more of the latest in FW16 collections, check out this beachy offering from Japanese brand NEIGHBORHOOD.

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