New York City-based street wear brand Profound Aesthetic has unveiled its Pre-Spring 2016 collection, “In Far Off Places.”
Just part one of a series that’s set to be released within the upcoming spring months, the label continues its unparalleled and progressive design quality with a range of “loose fitting yet sharply structured silhouettes with washed fabrics giving many of the new garments a pre-worn and aged feel.”
According to the brand, this season’s narrative is based on personal identity and exploring oneself within an environment far from home, saying, “Life often leads us to unfamiliar places, novel cities and uncharted towns. We are forced to make a home within ourselves to find comfort. The character, often in a melancholy state, is seemingly on a quest for self discovery. The melancholy mood of the photo set coincides with the fabric choices. A notable transition from woodland camouflage and dusted olives to a subtly brighter salmon overcoat.”
Within the lookbook, there are numerous lightweight silhouettes that range in color from a dusted military woodland and washed olive, to waxed black and neutral salmon that are perfect for the upcoming season. Click through the gallery above to check out the full lookbook modeled by Ade Oyeyemi.