Canadian menswear brand wings+horns teams up with 102-year-old NYC eyewear label MOSCOT for a small 3-piece capsule collection. As this is the first time MOSCOT has lent its namesake to apparel, Chief Design Officer Zack Moscot states that “wings+horns is known for its enduring and much envied ability to straddle the worlds of streetwear and high-fashion with ease,” and describes the collaboration as a no-brainer since both brands share a mindset for meticulously crafted gear.
This release also marks the first time that the MILTZEN frame has been offered in a folding version. The glossy black frames come with G-15 glass lenses, sleek black rivets and hardware. The apparel mirrors this versatility, as the bomber jacket is fully reversible and contains a pocket made for the frames. Constructed in Japanese fabrics, the bomber will run you $420 USD and the frames will retail for $400 USD. Head over to either the MOSCOT or wings+horns webstore to pick up from the collection now.