3sixteen’s FW19 Lookbook Teases Flannels, Canvas, and Shawls
Fall is for flannels. And jeans. And jackets and knits and boots and… never mind. Fall is for 3sixteen, because they do all of that really well. So it’s a good thing we got an entire collection as of exactly now.
Shot by Ray Spears and styled and modeled by Nico Lazaro, the campaign highlights what 3sixteen does best, specifically their elite-level flannel game and an unwaning penchant for making stupid good jeans.
This season, though, 3sixteen branched out a bit, adding some new silhouettes to a lineup that already bangs. And though “branching out” doesn’t look like jodhpurs or a band-collar shirt with cutouts all over the torso, it does look like some killer knits, some sneaky good layering pieces (that concho-laden shawl) and a few loose (but thoughtfully so) cuts we haven’t seen in quite some time. Like a couple of decades.
In particular, the Hunting Jacket seems to be making a return in a mid-weight waxed canvas, and boiled linens are featured prominently because why wouldn’t boiled linens be featured prominently. Also, they decided to do a 6” nubuck what boot with Viberg, so that definitely doesn’t suck either.
The collection officially drops at retailers starting today.