Swedish imprint Junior Executive has dropped the lookbook for its Fall/Winter 2019 collection. The upcoming drop sees collaborations with Gothenberg’s musical talent Atelje, the record label Public Release and the pioneering Jakarta-based disco collective PLEASURE.
Standout pieces from the FW19 collection include a T-shirt featuring a rear graphic of a caricature whose hair forms Junior Executive’s logo, as well as a soul-themed satin revere collar shirt. The label was formed by Måns Ericson and Nils Schéle — two long-standing members of the DJ scene — and as a result, deliver a number of music-themed and rave-culture inspired graphics.
The label has also dropped understated garments that are adorned with its bold moniker, seen on the blue-on-grey sweatshirt, yet returns to its musical roots with a record-inspired graphic long sleeve T-shirt. Elsewhere, Junior Executive references PLEASURE’s disco aesthetic with the “HIGH FASHION MUSIC” T-shirt and the underground music scene with a wire-haired doodle wearing Converse Chuck Taylor’s while playing the drums.
The lookbook was shot by an “unknown photographer” in Stockholm’s Studio Barnhus and features modeling by the DJs Axel Boman, Kornél Kovács and Petter Nordkvist. Take a look at Junior Executive FW19 in the gallery above and expect it to arrive at the brand’s web store later this ear.
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Junior Executive Fall / Winter 2019 features wild hair styles, cigar smoking babies and collaborations with Gothenburg mastermind Atelje, San Francisco record label Public Release, Jakarta party professionals Pleasure and much more. Lookbook shot at Studio Barnhus in Stockholm by unknown photographer and models Axel Boman, Kornél Kovács and Petter Nordkvist. #JuniorExecutive @atelje_ @eugandeug @nonstoppleasure @studiobarnhus @axelboman @kornelkovacs @petteroffalone
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