Having taken claim to this year’s International Woolmark Prize, Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne have presented Public School‘s 2015 fall/winter collection. A transitional sense of growth, which still holds recognizable elements of the brand’s integral aesthetic has been the underlying takeaway with each additional collection, as the designers continue to explore the identity of their New York-rooted label. The gradual influx of color once again presents itself this season through pieces such as an oversized sweater and matching elongated side slit flannel flaunting a burnt red dye, coupled with ensembles consisting of a rich navy blue. Layered looks, constructed from the familiar pairing of bold black and white garments now showcase the promising combination of technical wear and strong prints, as seen with the wool jackets and vests, outfitted with zippers, nylon paneling and pockets, placed over gradient flannel shirts and tops sporting strong linear patterns. A vast assortment of accessories were seamlessly interwoven within the line. Models donned Oliver Peoples x Public School eyewear, others sported brimmed hats or knit beanies; the previously teased PSNYC x Air Jordan 10 sneakers, featuring plasma red accents were unveiled on the runway, and oversized patterned scarves were placed around model’s necks, completing their respective outfits. Check out Public School’s latest in the gallery provided.