Website, branding agency and online store owner Jace Lipstein, aka Grungy Gentleman, shows off Dr. Martens' "Spirit of '69" collection in our latest street style shoot. Inspired by the skinhead movement of the mid to late '60s, each piece commemorates working-class youths from post-war council estates. By working with brands that were involved or influenced by this subculture from its earliest days, Dr. Martens' latest collection celebrates a meticulous attention to detail, as well as the relationship it had with ska, rockstead and reggae much which lives on to this day. Grungy Gentleman successfully captures the collection's relevance on a crisp early-fall day.

Set against the Hudson River, we capture the New Yorker in the Dr. Martens x Alpha Industries bomber jacket, Dr. Martens x Edwin jeans, Brutus shirt and Church boot. The warm color palette resonates perfectly with the end of summer and the onset of the new season.

Shop the collection now straight from the brand's online shop.

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