Noon Goons Returns With Everyday Staples for FW19

An ode to LA youth culture.

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Returning with its Fall/Winter 2019 lookbook lineup, LA-based imprint Noon Goons, founded by California-native Kurt Narmore, presents a unique range of streetwear-inspired workwear infused with surf and punk references.

From multi-colored varsity jackets, metallic-esque PVC work jackets, tiger-patterned cardigans, oversized suede rose-print and silk shirts, loose-fitting workwear trousers, and waxed denim suits, the new range is filled with everyday staples. Alongside the unique outerwear and trousers includes the usual range of evocative graphic tees. As always, the collection is all designed and produced in Los Angeles, a commitment the brand has had since its inception.

Checkout the lookbook above, and keep your eyes locked to Noon Goon’s web store and stockists like SSENSE as the collection drops later this year.

For more fashion news, be sure to check out Maison Kitsuné’s new Fall/Winter 2019 collection.

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