Levi's Made and Crafted F/W '14

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One of our favorite collections from Levi's presents a lookbook for their Fall/Winter '14 collection which was created in collaboration with the Wilder Quarterly, a magazine "for people enthralled by the natural and growing worlds. Each issue is 'life through the lens of the growing world'-- indoors and out, culture, travel, food and design. Published seasonally for this generation of growers and the next."

The new collection is inspired by urban and natural elements, specifically the cityscapes and outdoor landscapes that make up the Pacific Northwest. The line is full of leather and denim, bright colors, beautiful patterns and textures that cement Made and Crafted as one of the most exciting ranges in the Levi's line this season.

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Nike Fall '14 Tech Pack

Nike's modern take on classic sportswear presents its Fall '14 collection with a video of some of their most elite athletes in the latest Tech Pack Styles. The new collection will feature five new styles, elevated activewear basics that are a must have for Nike and fashion-fiends alike.

The collection reintroduces the Nike Tech Windrunner IRD that features a water-resistant iridescent woven overlay and also includes a Nike Tech AW77, Tech FZ Hoody, Tech Crew, and Tech Pant. The collection will be available on August 21st at Nike.com and select NSW retailers on August 28.

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Acne Studios Oscar Jacket

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The Schott Perfecto will forever be a classic in our minds, but as much as we love it there's one biker jacket that's stolen our attention this season and that's the Oscar Jacket from Swedish fashion label, Acne.

The jacket keeps all the traditional styling cues from your average leather biker jacket, but cleans it up with Acne's sleek and minimal lines. The jacket has a slender cut in smooth 100% lamb leather with shirt style cuffs and raw edges.

$1750, Acne

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Norse Projects Light Down Outerwear

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When the cold creeps up on you, you'll definitely want to have one of these light down pieces from Norse's Pre-Fall collection waiting to keep you warm. They're also not not cumbersome like your usual down jackets and they're designed to be packable so you can hide it away in your bag just in case.

The styles come in a down jacket (Jakob) and vest (Ivan) with four color options. The jackets are made from durable ripstop nylon with 800 fill European goosedown and both pieces pack conveniently into the front pocket for storage.

$360-$400, Norse Projects

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Nanamica Gore-Tex Denim Jackets

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Nanamica just released a pair of heavy duty denim jackets that will have you scrambling over to get in touch with your favorite Japanese proxy service. They don't just look good either, both jackets are technical pieces that have been combined with Gore-Tex for water and wind-resistance.

Both jackets come in a darker denim finish which undoubtedly break-in beautifully in time. They've also finished each jacket with a light blue contrast lining and black watch tartan throughout.

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J.Crew Broadmoor Collection

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Don't worry, you've still got a good amount of summer days left in the season, but you can never be too early when preparing for fall. J.Crew has got a great jacket to help you transition into those cooler days with the Broadmoor Collection.

These essential and lightweight jackets are ideal for the coming months and come in a variety of styles for any outfit. We're loving the Japanese Chambray style (above) and it also comes in navy, green, and a vest version is available when you don't need a jacket.

$138-$238, J.Crew

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Taylor Stitch Indigo Chambray Jack

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If you couldn't tell already, we love things that age well. Whether that be leather or a good scotch, we're quite taken with anything that demands some wear or a solid investment.

Taylor Stitch's Indigo Chambray Jack definitely falls into the "gets better with age' category as the shirt starts as a medium blue and with every wear and wash, it begins to lighten just like a solid pair of denim. You also can't go wrong with Taylor Stitch's fit and finish with their higher armholes and single-needle construction.

$125, Taylor Stitch

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wings + horns Combat Quilted Bomber

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Vancouver's wings + horns releases its first drop for Fall/Winter '14 and this season the line has a strong military influence mixing utilitarian styling with the refined look that has become the brand's signature.

One of our favorite pieces from this release is the Combat Quilted Bomber that updates the aviation classic with a tailored cut, quilted nylon panels, and lightweight Primaloft fill for warmth. If you want something a bit lighter they've also got a vest version with the same design and Primaloft fill insulation.

$253-$405, wings + horns

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Outlier Summerweight Experiments

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While summer is slowly coming to a close, don't tell Outlier that. They're making the months of the warmer days with a new range of Summerweight Experiments designed to protect and perform in the heat.

Comprised of four pieces, the collection features a running short and three shirting choices that should have ready for not just the summer, but the whole year. The Runweight short ($175) is a running short without an inner seam helping to get rid of chafing so you have the most comfortable run possible. Next up is the Ultralight Heavy Shirt ($248) that takes their lightweight pant fabric to give it four-way stretch and 50+ UPF of sun protection. The last two are a short sleeve style ($188) with four-way stretch and an experimental v-shaped vent for increased cooling and a Suncloth Pivot shirt ($248) that has all the sun protection of the of the Ultralight Heavy, but in a 50/50 cotton/Tencel shirting blend.

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Private White V.C. x Cool Hunting Pocket Jacket

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The stylish team over at Cool Hunting were properly kitted out with some great looking gear for a recent Zambian adventure and one of those pieces was a rugged and refined jacket from British outfitters, Private White V.C..

Named the Pocket Jacket, the jacket was based on a design from an archival piece from Private Jack White's archive, a hunting jacket made from a sturdy cotton weave. The special cotton weave construction allows for the jacket to be lightweight and strong while a lamb nappa leather collar adds a sophisticated touch.

$640, Private White V.C.

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