Emerging menswear label s.k. manor hill has debuted a new editorial for Fall/Winter 2016, and it hits the spot for those with a refined taste for fabrics. Subtle with its monochrome and predominantly black color palette, the collection features free-flowing structures with a strong east-asian design vein, as seen in the sharp but breezy pieces such as the Emperor Shirt and Black Folk Robes. To top off the tasteful design, all pieces are made in New York City and constructed with 100% natural fiber fabrics sourced from Japan and Italy. With designer Dominic Sondag, formerly of Engineered Garments, behind the direction of the brand, we can expect many more sartorial blends of European fine tailoring and asian detailing in the future. In the mean time, shop the Fall/Winter 2016 collection at s.k. manor hill’s web store.
- Jacob Lewis Ferguson