Camouflage is either a massive do or don’t in fashion nowadays, with those who wear it best absolutely killing it. Thanks to the uprise of streetwear the stereotype of the army has been completely flipped with some of the best outfits consisting of ‘Camo’ cargo bottoms, as well as brands such as Supreme and Carhartt WIP releasing pieces inspired by the staple garment.

However, from the original Camouflage the birth of new colourways including vibrant colours such as pinks and yellows have become frequently seen, now one of the more popular colourways is the winter Camouflage consisting of whites, greys and blacks, which this season are proving to be incredibly popular. The brands highlighting this current trend include brands such as Canada Goose, Russell & Bromley, Sandro, The Northface; all showcasing multiple products of interest to a wide audience, however, the winter camouflage is a pattern, which goes with all different types of clothing silhouette and is a wonderful look for a casual day.

However we understand that this specific print isn’t for everybody, however, we fully endorse that you go camo this season…

Canada Goose – Men’s Expedition Parka

Rusell & Bromley – ‘Dolce’ Buckle and Keeper Belt

 

Sandro – Future Camouflage-Print Jogging Bottoms

The North Face – Borealis Classic Backpack

Bjorn Borg –  BB Camo Shorts

Valentino –  Garavani Camouflage Print Washbag

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London based international design label Ally Capellino have collaborated with Bergen’s Norwegian Rain to produce a new backpack for Autumn 16.

Using Norwegian Rain’s signature high-tech PET recycled fabric from Japan, and with sealed seams and waterproof zips, Ally Capellino have arrived at a design that compliments the ethos of both brands; waterproof, lightweight, Mac compatible and with Italian bridle leather straps and trims, this collaboration is a suitably cool classic.

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Retailing at £295 / €400 they will be available from August at a selection of international stockists as well as Ally Capellino’s three London shops and website and Norwegian Rains’s Bergen and Oslo shop and website.