M+RC Noir's Second Fall/Winter 2017 Drop Is Set for a General Release

First introduced via its NYC pop-up exhibit.

Fashion
5,533 Hypes 2 Comments

M+RC Noir has stayed relatively busy throughout the fall/winter season — hosting a two-tiered pop-up campaign to release its Fall/Winter 2017 collection. The French streetwear label is now gearing up to unveil the second wave of its seasonal lineup — bringing to the table a varied assortment of activewear-influenced staples, which first hit the streets via an NYC pop-up. Lightweight outerwear, hoodies, half-zip pullovers, windbreakers, track pants and accessories form the range, which takes on a predominantly core black color base, with accentuating hues of green, orange and red also surfacing throughout.

Standout pieces from the collection include a pair of check-printed fleece jackets — one sporting an olive/black color scheme, the other in an orange/black tonal palette. The collection is scheduled to hit the brand’s online store on December 26.

In other fashion news, Awake NY previews its upcoming range of beanies.

Read Full Article
Source
HYPEBEAST FR
More

What to Read Next

Converse Chuck Taylor Gets Decked out With Varsity "C" Patch
Footwear

Converse Chuck Taylor Gets Decked out With Varsity "C" Patch

Wool on leather.

Tesla Owners Discover Festive 'Santa Mode' Easter egg
Automotive

Tesla Owners Discover Festive 'Santa Mode' Easter egg

Using the voice command, “Ho Ho Ho.”

Nike's Retro Air Span II Runner Is Set to Make a Comeback
Footwear

Nike's Retro Air Span II Runner Is Set to Make a Comeback

Sporting one of its OG color schemes.


New Leaked Drake Track "Pistols" Surfaces Online
Music

New Leaked Drake Track "Pistols" Surfaces Online

Produced by Noah “40” Shebib.

Kyrie Irving Self-Directs His "Find Your Groove" Nike Ad
Footwear

Kyrie Irving Self-Directs His "Find Your Groove" Nike Ad

For the all-new Kyrie 4.

The Zanco Tiny T1 Is the World's Smallest Fully-Functioning Phone
Tech

The Zanco Tiny T1 Is the World's Smallest Fully-Functioning Phone

You wanted mobile, you got it.

More ▾