Uber-tasteful retailer, No Man Walks Alone, takes us along for their second spring editorial to one of the least tasteful places in NYC: Coney Island. The light natural tones of the collection keep their model looking cool, calm, and collected even in the swampy New York summer.
Wide, generously-cut trousers prevail in this editorial, most of which come with some form of waist adjuster. The deep pleats of the Kaptain Sunshine washed-khaki gurkha trouser are downright mouth-watering and the “ash-olive” hue of the Blurhms side-adjusted trousers pops in a sea of tans and neutral nature tones. Monitaly’s paneled short-sleeve shirt is another standout, what might have been a garish color combination looks marvelously tasteful, especially against the Coney Island backdrop. A Kaptain Sunshine salmon tee and Camoshita’s brown linen/cotton blend trousers make up another outfit, one that really makes me want to risk it all and throw my money around.
Rounding the whole editorial out are a couple of cool outerwear pieces. Namely the Stephan Schneider “Metaphor” green cotton cardigan and the M65-esque Monitaly Expedition Half Coat. The whole collection is thoughtfully laid out below the lookbook, which you will definitely want to peruse.
For classy new silhouettes for what will hopefully be a classy summer, head over to No Man Walks Alone.