After working with brands such as Havana Club and GUESS Jeans U.S.A. earlier this year, the underground streetwear brand Places+Faces has returned with the first drop of its Fall/Winter 2019 collection. Shot in London featuring models Christina Nadin and Eva Apio, the lookbook highlights cozy new staples for this season.
The FW19 collection introduces the first knitwear pieces from the brand. Available in black, red and burnt orange, the knits boast the Places+Faces’ classic typeface on the front in contrasting colors. Like the previous Fall/Winter 2018 collection, signature T-shirts and hoodies return, with added details such as exposed stitching and new logos. Matching sweatpants in similar black and red colorways sport branding down the leg. For accessories, oversized tote bags with two different handle lengths are available.
Expect the first drop to go live on Places+Faces’ website on October 4 at 2 p.m. EST.
For more gear catered towards the colder months, check out the Burberry TB Monogram Fleece Jacket.