This year has proved to be a success for many fashion brands. From high-end celebrity brands, to more affordable streetwear lines, this year has offered every consumer dozens of new products sure to fit anyone’s personal preference.
One of the most anticipated brands to have made a resurgence this year was Noah, a clothing brand by Brendon Babenzien. Stepping away from the heavily nautical inspirations of the label’s first life, this new line carries a different feel. The new line comes in the shape of cashmere CPO shirts, vintage-inspired multi-colored polos, camel-colored double-breasted suits, and corduroy running shorts. Items from this line can be purchased in store at their New York store, or directly from their online store.
Another highly anticipated brand, which drops Friday, December 11, is a collaboration between designer Jerry Lorenzo and Fear of God titled F.O.G. The exclusive new line, simply title F.O.G, will offer a more youthful take on Fear of God’s mainline products. This line will carry over Lorenzo’s signature punk and grunge aesthetic at a more affordable price point. Highlights of the collection will include a selection of vintage style band tees, as well as military inspired jackets and a bomber vest. The new line will be sold at PacSun.
Monkey Time comes out with their new line this Saturday, December 12. Following last year’s Olympics-inspired “2020” collection, Tokyo and the West Coast collide once again as BEAUTY & YOUTH imprint monkey time and LA’s Stampd present “A MILITARY COAST.” Whereas last year’s collection put forth a decidedly sportswear-inspired aesthetic, this year’s line opts for military design cues throughout. The line features bomber jackets, parkas, trousers, denim work shirts, and more.