Sunday, April 27, 2008

WeSC - Spring/Summer '08

Another week, another round of new things in store. The latest shipment comes from Sweden's WeSC (We Are The Superlative Conspiracy), a clothing label/sponsor for arts and sports. And as the temperatures begin climbing, you'll need something cool to keep you cool.

Ludde T-shirt, $58

A cool combination of different shades of grey and black are printed in an abstract, geometric pattern. Pair with a clean pair of jeans or shorts and some slip-ons for a summer outfit you can wear day in and day out.

Krille Button-up, $68

Plaid gets taken to the next level with the Krille short-sleeved button-up. The assymetic collar detail provides the perfect finishing touch for a clean, but different look.

Jason Long-sleeved woven, $75

Another great plaid, but in a summer-ready yellow/brown color scheme. WeSC constantly takes old pieces and reinvents them in geometric and intellectual ways.

Kenta Jacket, $140

Don't let the simple design fool you, this jacket is loaded with subtle details. Done in an allover windowpane textured check, this piece has ribbing around the cuffs and hem for a fitted look. A double-button closure covers the zipper at the neck for a cool last touch.

Berra Jacket, $104

If you haven't gotten some color in your closet yet, the Berra Jacket is the perfect way to inject a little life any wardrobe. Effortlessly easy, the Berra cinches at the neck and waist so you can wear it loose or tight. A zip-away hood adds functionality as well as structure around the collar. No excuse now if you spend your whole summer in drab, dark jackets.

In addition to tops, we've gotten in two styles of WeSC denim: the straight fit in raw denim and the slim fit with 2% stretch. Both are done in beautiful, dark blue and the straight fit is sure to please anyone looking for their fix of raw denim. Both come with WeSC's signature assymetrical back pocket detailing.

Standard in Raw, $98

Slim in Rinse, $108