With the major 2018 spring/summer fashion week presentations all but come and gone, designers and brands around the world keep us looking ahead to next year with the unveiling of their seasonal lookbook offerings. We turn our attention to Studio Nicholson, where its “Indolence”-themed lineup brings to the table a stream of summer classics. Serving as an artistic ambassador of sorts, the British-based brand look to iconic punk persona Johnny Rotten for inspiration. The former Sex Pistols‘ lead singer’s penchant for suit jackets and plaid prints is clearly evident as the lineup incorporates items such as wide-leg trousers, button-down tops and a choice of Harrington-style jackets. Playing into the collection’s musical motif, photographer Chris Floyd — best known for shooting ‘90s era British pop stars — was pegged to shoot the campaign visuals.
In other fashion news, Noah recently released a Smokey the Bear Capsule Collection.