OUTLIER‘s 2012 Fall Lookbook, Layers, Movement and Light showcases some of their new pieces of the season. Dancing around the idea that fashion needs less instead of more, the brand abandons complex design and focuses on the “feel” of their garments through the use of four-way stretch, water-repellant, wind-resistant and temperature-regulating technologies.
The lookbook itself features their new Liberated Wool Peacoat, Soft Core Wool Vest, 60/30 Chino, Northeast/Blazed Cotton Pivot Shirt, Doublefine Merino Cardigan and a Six-Foot scarf. With prices ranging from $60 to $650, OUTLIER believes that it is possible to create high-quality fashion garments at better prices by rethinking traditional cycles of development, production and distribution, with a focus on creating something of value for it’s consumers as well as build a future of clothing.
Take a look at their Fall 2012 Collection in the gallery below, and shop around at their online store.