BAL FW20 Goes Heavy With Graphics and Hi-Tech Fabrics

Emphasizing rich embroidery, prints and detailed construction.

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BAL‘s Fall/Winter 2020 lookbook has just been unveiled, spotlighting a vivid range of reconstructed streetwear staples enlivened by graphic prints, embroidery and hi-tech materials.

Among the eclectic lineup, noteworthy pieces include the olive military-inspired quilted liner, a knitted long-sleeve sweater, black cargo pants, weatherized parkas and graphic hoodies, to mention a few. Garments like a gray parka emblazoned with a bold digi-camo print and an orange diamond-quilted jacket demonstrate the label’s affinity for technical design, while pieces like the embroidered wool varsity jacket and plaid trousers offer more casual alternatives to the boisterous assemblage. Other garments like the animal-print hoodie, intarsia knit sweaters, lime-colored denim, multi-pocketed shearling jackets and nylon trousers round off the expansive collection.

BAL’s Fall/Winter 2020 collection is currently available on the label’s website, ranging from $122 – $659 USD.

In case you missed it, check out José Parlá and BAL’s “Tokyo: Chance Operation” capsule.

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