Key Pieces: This season’s red leather blouson jacket is the ultimate blend of elegance and sporting chic. Slanted front pockets and straight cuffs make for a relaxed fit, with spread collaring and brilliant colorway lending it a distinctly ’60s flair. Next to this, a snap of the brand’s forthcoming Haglöfs collaboration is teased in the form of a bright orange shell jacket.
Release Date: Third drop available now
Editor’s Notes: Swedish multi-brand pioneer, Très Bien, has lifted the lid on its fifth in-house collection. Bearing the same name as the store from which it stems, Très Bien’s new SS19 offering has helped cement its presence as a key player in menswear’s current revival. With each collection’s focus having very much been on streetwear rooted in ’90s sportswear and US culture, the latest offering elevates this pitch with a sartorial turn towards the late ’60s.
Straddling a number of very distinct references, Très Bien’s latest offering in an amalgamation of classic and contemporary fabric styles. The offering’s pink parka, made from a lightweight, over-dyed nylon material, and its grey, double-breasted dinner jacket seem diametrically opposed, yet the two are united by subtle references to Mod tailoring.
The line’s selection of casual hoodies and T-shirts are also not to be missed, making for a much-needed merchandise-like component. With prices ranging from $80 USD for T-shirts, up to $860 for pieces like the red blouson jacket, be sure to shop the latest collection above while stocks last.
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