Durkl Spring 2012 Lookbook

Washington D.C. based brand Durkl have released their first drop for Spring 2012, featuring animal print caps & two-toned shirts, and have invited Chuck Inglish of The Cool Kids fame to model the season’s looks.

Durkl is a brand that I feel are hugely underrated in the United Kingdom currently – they consistently put out apparel that strays from the usual conventions most brands stick to, and luckily, this drop is no different. My favourite piece is the aqua/fuchsia two-tone shirt – though part of the Spring collection, it’s an ideal Summer statement. In addition to this the ‘animal print’ Safari 5 panels are incredibly interesting, and ‘though I’m not a huge fan of strap backs, I can see these working well.

The full range includes plenty of other fleece, woven, and headwear options, which you can see modeled by Chuck below (view it all in more detail here). Select items are now available from both Angry Daves and Urban Industry.


Jonathon Bartlett

Jonathon is a freelance writer specialising in fashion and music journalism, having worked for the likes of MOO, Monocle, Light & Heavy and Versus Magazine.

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  • Adam

    This is a solid release, always loving Durkl need to pick some up

  • http://d-f-t-f.tumblr.com Ed

    I like a lot of this but the brand name is probably sufficient to put me off.

  • mellowhype

    @Ed. amen.

  • mark mac

    looks like footsie


    Definitely could have done with a model that has less of a belly.

    Just sayin’.

  • Scott

    Surely the belly dont matter! Pay attention to the clothing not at his guts.
    Durkl smashed it for another season. Some of the new 5 panels they have released are too nice. Feeling the oxfords and travel bags the most though

  • J

    Durkl shirts are always on point, and the quality is spot on for the money!

  • Alex

    Stupid statement from Primo.

    ‘less of a belly’.

    Oh ok, yeah just get some typical boring ass, buff dick to model it.

    Inglish is awesome and is the perfect guy to model this considering that much followers of this brand aren’t going to be gorgeous man beasts.

  • logic

    word alex, whole lookbook looks tight

  • D