Moving away from its relatively successful, yet controversial capsule collections with high-fashion designers, H&M draws inspiration from the days when it was just a small Swedish outdoors clothier by the name of Mauritz Widforss. Now not only does this fall/winter range bring us back to H&M’s early days, but you may notice its attempt to revive the brawny urbanite steez that has since slowed down a bit in what’s considered trendy within the realm of menwear. Built around a slew of warm-weather fabrics tailored to the fit of today’s gent, pieces include wool blazers, quilted vests, waxed cotton pants, patched 5-pocket jeans and much more. Furthermore, the line of heritage garbs are supplemented by a collection of equally outdoorsy accessories that includes durable rucksacks, iPad cases and waterproof work boots. The “Mauritz Archive” collection by H&M will be available at select stores worldwide as well as its web store starting September 19.