BWC Garments kicks off 2017 with the release of the Spring Capsule, "Growing Pains Chapter 2". The collection is influenced by the daily trial and error we experience and the growth that develops throughout the process. This lookbook was photographed in a Philadelphia greenhouse by designer Josh Langford & house photographer Austin Horton. The greenhouse environment and model body language encompass the the mood and emotion inspiring the collection.
Made in New York City, the Spring Capsule includes three cut and sew pieces and three graphic t-shirts. The hooded forest green pullover is made from middleweight cobble corduroy, featuring matte black buttons, hidden zipper and kangaroo pockets, finished with a gold embroidered BWC logo. The raglan trench is made from 80% nylon and 20% polyester. It features a two-way zipper, detachable hood, two front pouch pockets and a woven BWC patch. The final cut and sew garment is the washed denim button-up, wearing a mandarin collar, two large front pockets, white embroidered BWC logo and charcoal drawstrings anchored by metal cord-stops. Each graphic t-shirt is made from 100% cotton and features a unique version of the BWC logo.
Editorial Shot By : Brandon Silvera (@954mm)