Copenhagen´s Soulland presents their FW16 collection in this new editorial shot by photographer Sascha Oda. The editorial features selected pieces from the forthcoming collection like leather trim overcoats, turtlenecks, leather blousons, rugged vests, suits, button-downs aesthetically layered to highlight fabrics like croc-embossed leather, faux-shearling and denim.

The Hill-Side teases us with their Spring/Summer ´16 Lookbook offering a glimpse at their latest drop which is now up for sale online and in stores. The line is full of summer-ready pieces and accessories inspired by traditional Japanese tailoring paired with military influences. A major part in the collection plays Indigo and chambray matched with classic patterns like wide stripes, floral prints, and checkers on various pieces like shirts, coach jackets, shorts, vests, and headwear. Alongside their garms and footwear, the brand offers a wide range of accessories including pins, bandanas, pocket squares, neckties, headwear, scarves and socks to round up a cohesive collection for the warmer Summer days ahead. You can now shop The Hill-Sides Spring/Summer ´16 online and in-store.

adidas Originals revived their SPEZIAL line which was brought to life by Gary Aspden In 2013 as an exhibition in London showcasing an adidas capsule collection of apparel and shoes. Following this success the renowned Sportswear brand Following this success, the renowned Sportswear brand reworked their iconic products in luxury fabrics and new executions for the Spring/Summer 16 with a special collection offering a variety of footwear styles that take influence from the adidas archives.

San Francisco-based photographer Marc Alcock has a distinctive interest in the visual language of surroundings and in his projects, he often pays attention to the unique form, colour, and texture of a place. With his latest Photo series entitled `California Topiaries` the British photographer documents the relationship between houses, plants and trees in the Californian suburbs.

Brazilian architect Felipe Hess and his colleague Pia Quagliato had the once in a lifetime chance to redesign a historic apartment originally built by German Bauhaus architect Franz Heep. The apartment located in São Tomás, São Paulo was built in the 1940s and it´s restructuring is a real tribute to the original modernist aesthetics.

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