London-based clothing brand clothsurgeon — spearheaded by Rav Matharu — is best known for its reworked and upcycled garment production. Sold on London’s iconic Savile Row, the brand is now presenting its latest collection, “FROM THE ROW TO THE ROAD,” and the capsule continues clothsurgeon’s streetwear-meets-luxury craftsmanship for inner-city living.
As a whole, the collection welcomes a melange of fabrications, from luxury wools and cashmere to technical silk from Loro Piana. Additionally, a slew of textures flows through the line, seen across new Supreme Duffle bags, Kayaks, and Blankets, reworked into streetwear silhouettes with a contemporary edge.
Meanwhile, identifiable Nike fleece sweatpants are also made into unique shapes such as carpenter pants, while the same fabrications are reworked into utility vests and a Type 3 trucker jacket. Further highlights come in the form of clean-cut co-ords, with a navy design hit with a slew of technical pockets, whilst a workwear jacket is designed with white raised stitched detailing with corresponding trousers.
You can take a closer look at the new collection from clothsuregon above.
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