Innovative Sydney-based luxury menswear label Song for the Mute have given us an exclusive first look at their forthcoming Fall/Winter 2015 collection. Titled "UN(E)," the editorial highlights the unique design philosophy the brand has become internationally known for. With a passionate approach to textile development and manufacturing, founders Melvin Tanaya and Lyna Ty are continuously experimenting with a wide range of bespoke fabrics which act as the basis for their avant-garde garments and designs. Committed to milling all their fabrics in Italy and Japan, Song for the Mute designers Melvin Tanaya and Lyna Ty oversee the construction of all their garments in an effort to ensure the highest quality.

Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for Song for the Mute's upcoming Fall/Winter 2015 collection and check out the video below.

Photography: Adam Katz Sinding Model: Hugh Vidler Styling: Joseph Quiñones (H.Lorenzo) Art Direction: Melvin Tanaya + Lyna Ty (Song for the Mute)

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