PRODUCT: SCRT; LATEST RELEASES
There are very few lines that we will feature with roots across the Atlantic. I might reinerate that every time that I post about SCRT, because they are a wave that we can get behind - or in front of rather. Visually is how we were initially captivated with their aesthetic and collections, but the Kanye portrait T and references were an easy added plus. In an earlier post I also mentioned how their region resembles the Northwest and the pieces therefore reflect the climate in order to be functional. This season is no different, cut n sew capable obviously, SCRT's backpack from this season was one of my favorite items, it's commuter, it's functional and the material choice (12oz waxed canvas) appears to be perfect via LED screen. An ill update on their site are the WIGWAM socks - another parallel with the Northwest region where chunky wool socks are a necessity.
This 'Nowhere' branded cut and sew crewneck (pictured below) is great piece as well, it's kitted out with French terry cotton and a very cool back yoke a feature from the custom shape adding to the superior fit. The 'Nowhere' long sleeve isn't bad either. According to SCRT:
‘NOWHERE’ QUESTIONS THE NARRATIVE OF THE MASSES LIVING PUBLICLY THROUGH THEIR DIGITAL IDENTITIES — CELEBRATING ANONYMITY, LIVING IN THE MOMENT AND LOSING YOURSELF IN THE NOW. ‘NOWHERE’ WAS CREATED IN COLLABORATION WITH DESIGNER AND VISUAL ARTIST MICHAEL WILLIS AND LONDON BASED LABEL SCRT.
They are offering a cut and sew canvas button-up that caught our eye as well. There isn't much, if anything, you should be sleeping on from their latest private label offering.