London-born menswear label Wax makes a commitment to carefully sourcing its materials each season, with the goal of crafting a wardrobe that is meant to be worn and re-worn. For Fall/Winter 2023, the imprint has designed 100 pieces across an autumnal color palette of browns, greens, blues and burgundy, from a slew of sustainability-first fabrications.
Pictured in Wax’s “A Country Retreat” campaign, the collection taps organic cotton, responsible Wool Standard Certified Wool, corozo nut buttons, recycled cotton, recycled polyester and recycled polyester. The brand’s latest outerwear offerings include the Chester Coat in Houndstooth, an updated take on the Navarino Trench Coat, and three additional silhouettes that prioritize warmth in an array of tones. Down the line, Wax offers up several lighter-weight jackets, including a newly-developed, overshirt style, as well as jacquard and wool iterations of its signature Iggy Jacket.
The line also comprises a range of formal wear, including the Chalk Stripe Suit and the Blue Corduroy Suit, both of which take a clean-yet-relaxed approach to buttoned-up tailoring. Trousers, meanwhile, span corduroy and wool finishes, and a bevy of long-sleeve shirts embrace seasonal flannel checks and Oxford stripes.
“What really excites me about this collection is how we’ve explored our best-known silhouettes in fabrics we haven’t worked with in those shapes before,” said Tom Holmes, co-founder of Wax. “It’s always really exciting to see garments brought to life in new ways.”
Wax’s FW23 collection will launch online and in stores on September 5, with a small-batch release. Take a closer look at the range in the gallery above.
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