Workstok Modernizes Traditional Colombian Styles for SS19

Rich leather and South American graphics.

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Fledgling menswear label Workstok looks to Colombian styles and narratives for its Spring/Summer 2019 “Dosquebradas” collection.

For their sophomore collection, model-turned-designer David Friend and Rudy Grazziani focused on reworking heritage Colombian fabrics, cuts and styles through a contemporary lens. With this approach, we see rich leathers, rustic hues, and South American motifs through a youthful grunge lens, resulting in louche, casual silhouettes, textured fabrics, graphic print-like treatment and a curated palette of black, red, yellow and blue. Highlight pieces include the patch leather coat with utility pockets and zip detailing, the leather flight jackets and plaited cross-body bag.

Flip through the Workstock SS19 lookbook above and stay tuned for more from the menswear label. For more collections, check out OKOKOK’s SS18 “Infinite Data” lookbook.

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