Even though Clement Taverniti has a strong resume that includes top labels like KITSUNE and Dries Van Noten, his one-year-old brand Still Good isn’t afraid to blaze its own path when it comes to apparel design. In the case of his Fall/Winter 2013 Collection, his work goes back to the French baroque architectural movement – including monuments like the Lourve – for inspiration, utilizing Japanese and Italian fabrics to create a strong line that walks the fence between streetwear and menswear. The looks, which are shot against an artistic series of backgrounds in their own right, are marked by striped shirts, a range of prints, plenty of button-ups to go with their well-known set of pants and the eye-catching camo-print wool shirt. Long story short, if you’re looking to push the limits of your wardrobe without venturing too far into the unknown, look no further than Still Good’s line, set to release later this year. View the entire Lookbook and the select stockist set to release the apparel after the click.
Select Stockists for Fall/Winter 2013 Collection:
290 Square Meters (Amsterdam) | Atrium (NYC) | Coincidences (Paris) | MERCI (Paris) | Ecole Militaire (Montreal) | Hunting and Collecting (Brussels) | Hypebeast | Odin (NYC) | Revolve Clothing | TOPMAN (London) | Wrong Weather Porto (Portugal)
BEAMS | Wizm | B’2nd | Sparq | Cailan’s | Coldbeck | Float | Garde Robe