Mishka NYC present their 2009 fall collection lookbook as the brand’s growth is fully witnessed through a series of well-taken photographs uncovering a Brooklyn meets Oregon camping trip theme. Unlike the graphic tees, the cut&sew range is ultimately much more subdued and offers a nice balance and aesthetic. In the words of Mishka themselves, the press release can be seen below.
Photography: Marley Kate
We’re officially over summer.
Don’t get us wrong summer treated us well. But now that we’re in the thick of August, when temperatures are at their peak and the New York heat stifling, the temperate, crisp autumn air has never looked so attractive.
This fall, Mishka focused on items inspired by the great outdoors and quintessential American classics. The line boasts a broader range of fabrics, tailored cuts and a healthy mix of subdued hues and our trademark colors perpetually remaining true to Mishka sensibilities. Think of it as if the Brooklyn denizens went on a camping trip in Oregon.
Cut and sew is a mainstay this fall with flagship pieces such as the Mariner Pea Coat, Evergreen Hunter Work Coat and the Mephisto Leather Motor Cycle Jacket. Flannels like the Hudson Plaid shirt and the Loveless Plaid shirts are at the core of fall 09 collection. Complimenting this, simple and streamlined jackets like the Pillbox Blazer and sharp dress shirts like the Undertone Chambray add a level of whimsical maturity.
No collection would be complete without a stalwart selection of denim including the Boris skinny and the Alexei. And a Mishka collection wouldn’t be complete without a standard capsule t-shirt line aptly titled Born Under a Bad Sign, which features twelve tees illustrating the twelve zodiac signs, each represented by select Mishka artists.
The Mishka fall 09 collection will be available in-store at 350 on Friday August 21.