A considered approach to streetwear that borrows from military and maritime influence, NOAH’s AW15 collection features a set of staple, skate-ready pieces alongside some interesting elements of tailoring and sportswear.
Showing the equable possibilities of the collection nicely, NOAH’s lookbook shots feature striking but relaxed looks with a clear mix of style and influence, such as pleated army pants paired with graphic tees and pinstripe blazers worn with bright pocket t-shirts.
The brainchild of former Supreme Creative Director Brendon Babenzien, NOAH uses an interesting juxtaposition of styles which sit together very naturally. Each piece brings its own discernible element of influence without ever jarring the eye, making for a mix of attire that feels focused and care-free while able to touch on a wide variety of forms and themes.
Relaunched and with a new bricks and mortar store in the brand’s home of New York, the refined and almost grown-up streetwear feel to NOAH is certainly one to keep an eye on.