Season: FW19

Key Pieces: The "Unknown Pleasures" puffer jacket is an instacop. At a more accessible price point, the collaborative Nalgene could be the coolest accessory you buy this season.

Release Date: November 1


Editor’s Notes:  Los Angeles-based brand PLEASURES teams up with the estate of Joy Division and Warner Music UK on a capsule collection that celebrates the 40th anniversary of the seminal English rock band’s Unknown Pleasures album.

The range features T-shirts, hoodies, puffer jackets, hockey jerseys, button-down shirts, tote bags, and headwear. The collection is capped off with two versions of Modernica side shell eiffel chairs featuring the album's iconic artwork.

The 40th-anniversary typeface and layout along with the original album artwork created by Factory Records designer and iconic graphic artist Peter Saville are displayed throughout.  The first installment of the collection releases November 1 directly at

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