Keeping the releases coming, John Elliott recently debuted his Pre-Spring/Summer 2019 collection alongside a host of collaborations.
This time around, the new transition-season release builds upon the brand’s established silhouettes utilizing a new color palette of dune, taupe, olive and brown displayed on reimagined textiles and custom-developed fabrics. The label’s core French Terry program has been revamped with a design inspired by the static from a television screen, using a traditional Japanese dye method that results in unique gradient patterns. It is interesting to note that the collection’s lookbook also reveals new collaborative colorways of the emerging Nike M2K Tekno runner, set to release in December, and an upcoming “Triple Black” iteration of the lauded LeBron Icon model. Additional collaborations from Japanese jewelry label M.A.R.S., more footwear from Suicoke and frequent collaborators Blackmeans serve to round off the collection.
Check out all of the new colorways above and look for John Elliott’s Pre-SS19 collection to be released on johnelliott.co at 11:00 a.m. EST, November 9.
For more contemporary fashion, Cav Empt recently dropped another cold weather-ready FW18 delivery.