BLK DNM Stays True to Form Despite Johan Lindeberg's Departure

Black denim is still the name of the game.

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Drapey tees, skinny dark denim, trim leather jackets — Swedish designer Johan Lindeberg essentially wrote the book on contemporary rockstar style that so many favor. And despite his departure from the label he founded back in 2011, BLK DNM rolls on, taking the wraps off of its Fall/Winter 2016 offering. Fortunately for fans of the brand, the latest range — designed anonymously by the current team in place — sticks to its rock ‘n’ roll roots, offering pieces that fall right in the sweet spot between punk, grunge and classic rock. Minimal and largely sans branding, the collection includes new denim styles — including the Jeans 3, a more relaxed take on the best-selling Jeans 5 — along with the leather jackets we’ve come to expect. Sweaters and trim suiting are even included this time around, while collaborative endeavors with the likes of Brooklyn artist B. Thom Stevenson switch things up a bit.

You can expect all of the pieces to hit the usual stockists in the months ahead.

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