Coldsmoke's New Line Showcased at LA's Iconic Ray Kappe House

The Modernist masterpiece acts as backdrop to the Californian label’s latest collection.

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Wearing its “Made In California” ethos on its sleeve, Venice Beach-based Coldsmoke shot its seasonal drop for Fall/Winter 2016 at the Ray Kappe House in LA. A mainstay on the Modernist architecture circuit, the 1967 glass-and-redwood building was an angular setting for a shoot that showcased the label’s latest pieces that blend technical know-how with classic designs. Standouts include a revamped MA-1 jacket constructed from Japanese water-repellent fabric, an Alphalite shirt-jacket featuring Polartec insulation, and the waxed-cloth Cruiser jacket – all tailor-made to protect against the elements this winter. Find the complete collection (from $298 USD) at Coldsmoke’s online store now.

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