F2D AW10 ‘The Survive Series’

A short while ago, Birmingham’s F2D released their Autumn/Winter 2010 collection, titled ‘The Survive Series’, containing a number of cut & sew garments. The brand move away from screenprinted tees and sweats to something a little more intricate.

The collection includes varsity style outerwear, cut & sew sweatshirts (complete with pockets) and quilted, wool body warmers (now unfortunately sold out). A mainly black, white and grey colour scheme runs throughout, with the exception of the Abstract sweatshirt and Survive Shield stadium jacket which add a splash of colour. It’s nice to see a brand produce something other than a collection of screen-printed shirts. The brand also previewed a varsity jacket and hooded body warmer still to be released, indicating that they don’t plan to slow down.

The new collection is available from the F2D online store now, priced from £40 to £120. Have a look at some of the highlights below.

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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Comments

  • james

    Very nice!

    Yes it is good to see a indi brand from the UK finally doing cut n sew! Love the blue and red! Sick

  • Divinia

    Loving the New F2D Collection, especially the survive shield stadium Jacket the colours work well together. I have a couple tops from the last collection and I was very happy with the quality. Keep up the good work. :)

  • http://www.swaggacampmedia.com Jamal Hutchinson

    For me F2D are the best urban, underground clothing line in the UK. Not just because of how much work they are putting in, but because of how unique their clothing is.

  • Camellia Roberts

    For Those That Don’t Know These Guys Are Such Great Inspiration To When It Comes To This Clothing Game. I Had The Opportunity To Feature F2D 2010 Winter Collection On My Blog When It First Drop. So Ofcourse I Would Say The Collection Is HOT!!!! Shoutouts To Them Dudes And Thanks For Being A HUGE Inspiration To Me And ANFAM. Respect!!!

  • Kara Messina

    BIGLOVE F2D Family. A lot of respect for what they are doing and looking forward to seeing the brand grow. Will always support.

  • David

    The word “Couture” on all of it just ruins the whole thing for me. I just can’t help think Juicy! Ugh. What’s the point? Just over the top. It’s underground.

    It’s good shit, but I think can just do without.

    Call me fickle.