Brixton Spring 2011 Lookbook

Brixton hit us with the lookbook images for their Spring season of apparel and headwear, and as ever, manage to capture the true spirit of what a lookbook should be, with effortlessly styled images. The models, settings and products used work together seamlessly and display the new product in the best possible light.

After just dropping their Spring video, these images only help to support the feelings we already had on the new line. This season, it’s the clothing that shines through, often overshadowed by the brands impressive range of headwear, but now an important new focus. Signature shirts like the Bowry, Donez and Barrack are all really simple designs, but have been executed beatifully, and the brand’s range of cut & sew T-shirts add something a little different to the mix, with Brixton appearing to get everything just right.

As ever, there’s also a wide range of beanies, caps, fedoras, flatcaps and other unique types of headwear, carrying on what Brixton do best. The full collection is available now from various UK stockists including Urban Industry and Flatspot.

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

  • http://www.droneboylaundry.com DroneBoy

    Really feeling this lookbook

  • Shaun Craig Parkinson

    Really nice. each picture tells a different story

  • http://dwaynetucker.blogspot.com Dwayne D.C. Tucker II

    I agree with the two above comments,
    “Really feeling this lookbook” and ” Really nice. each picture tells a different story”.

    I’m a photographer, and this is what I like to push in my photography, a slice of life, keeping it real as possible at the same time I feel the communication and I feel sense the concepts behind each photograph. Shout-out to the photographer.

    Now to the Brixton,
    I never heard of your brand before sadly, however, as I dig deeper into your brand and think of ideas for you now, I hope to do some work with you all in the future; you’ll hear from me.

    (A friend of mine who lives in Miami but he’s from the UK sent me this like to DailyStreet.co.uk a few times. I fux with your site! I love it!


    DT. Tha Hustla
    @DwayneTucker
    Nassau, Bahamas | Miami, Florida