Following on from its minimalist Spring/Summer 2018 collection, Stockholm-based label Schnayderman’s has continued its focus on shirting for Fall/Winter 2018. The new collection takes inspiration from the New Wave era of the ’70s and ’80s, and particularly musical icons of the period including Joy Division‘s Ian Curtis and The Cure‘s Robert Smith.
The label have referenced this influence by using a series of colors and textures in the collection, with pink, mustard yellows and rust contrasting with more understated tones such as sand, black and blue. In terms of fabrics, the collection features everything from mohair wool and linen twill to technical nylon and tencel materials.
As well as shirting, Schnayderman’s has continued to experiment with lightweight outerwear, including the Overshirt Denim jacket and a new take on the label’s Overshirt Bomber. Other strong outerwear pieces in the Fall/Winter 2018 collection include the Coatshirt, an unstructured shell coat available in mohair, wool bouclé and technical nylon, and the oversized Shacket. Take a look through the lookbook above, and keep an eye out for the collection to drop in August this year.
In other fashion news, Champion Japan has dropped more pieces from its Spring/Summer 2018 collection.