New York City retains its reputation as a cultural melting pot for its relative acceptance (in many cases, celebration) of various heritages. As a result, labels that emerge from the city are often concerned with representing certain diasporas – often tracing back to the designers’ own heritage. It’s no surprise then, that the latest from burgeoning label Abasi Rosborough is concerned with honoring rustic textiles and silhouettes. Applying knowledge drawn from their tenures at Engineered Garments and Ralph Lauren, designers Abdul Abasi and Greg Rosborough offer up a neat assortment of tunics, unstructured jackets, flowing trousers and scarves – all of which are executed in wispy linens and naturally-dyed fabrics. Tapping Street Etiquette’s own Joshua Kissi for their latest editorial, peep the pieces here and head to Abasi Rosborough’s website to peruse its stockist list.