24 Feb
Spring line from Brandon Scott's inaugural collection

Formerly the lead designer behind the B:Son line, San Francisco’s Brandon Scott has forged forth alone and launched his own B:SCOTT brand, embodying the fusion of Japanese and German aesthetics. There’s a lot to like about B:SCOTT’s spring collection, given its classic pieces embellished with just a touch of original flair. Traditional items like cardigans are fitted with leather elbow patches and inset suspender knits, fleeces are festooned with double mock hoodies, knit shawl sweaters come double-breasted or with black knitted arm bands, and denim jackets are outfitted with fleece sleeves for ease of movement and comfort. Nothing earthshaking, yet augmented with a perfectly pitched flair. Such as the Light Wool Plaid Mock Zip Jacket above, which is lined in a thin cotton shirting with an asymmetrical back insert and side chest zip pocket. Nice stuff coming outta SF.

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  1. […] Brandon Scott before, founder of Los Angeles menswear label B:SCOTT, including his inaugural Spring Collection back in 2010, and most recently his Half-Hood Anorak Mock Jacket. Now Brandon is taking his […]

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