New York City-based label Gallery 909 is back for the Fall/Winter 2020 season with a range of outerwear that focuses on tailoring, materials and build. Like other collections, the brand emphasizes simple aesthetics and quality craftsmanship, although it includes a few eccentric pieces to contrast with the heavy minimalism.

The collection include a forest green suede panel jacket and a black collared shirt featuring a symmetrical design. Elsewhere, long sleeve shirts are printed with Gallery 909’s insignia on the right side of the chests and a diamond graphic on the backs, while a leather jacket arrives with four front pockets in a slightly over-sized silhouette. A highlight of the range is a cobalt blue wind coat comprised of a nylon/poly build and lined with a combination of mesh and silk. Front and back ventilation provides breathability and a lightweight feel.

Expect the Fall/Winter 2020 collection to drop soon on Gallery 909’s website as well as at select stockists.

In other news, Haroshi’s new exhibition at NANZUKA gets a fire hydrant-themed collection.

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