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Brixton Autumn-Winter Collection '22

Sep 12, 2022

Taking inspiration from American labourers, including farmers, mariners and aviators, the Brixton Autumn-Winter collection is here.

Brixton at Urban IndustryFormed in 2004 and hailing from the sunny hills of California, the Brixton brand began by developing hats out of a garage in Oceanside. Through the years Brixton has established its voice by aligning with artists, musicians, travellers and creatives who form the inspiration for the clothing lines. 

Urban Industry celebrates a range of workwear brands and Brixton is a definite favourite, caps and beanies are designs that here to stay!

Brixton at Urban Industry

Bowery shirtsrelaxed chinos and branded t-shirts feature in this latest campaign, showcased against the backdrop of the city streets, local cafes and parks.
All items are available to buy online and in-store, click here to shop the full range.

The notable Bowery Shirt comes in a variety of colourways and patterns so there's a style for every outfit, whether you're layering over a t-shirt or wearing it underneath a hoody or jacket. Constructed with heavyweight 100% vegan wool fabric, this item promotes a conscious approach to fashion, as well as providing some serious warmth for the autumnal months ahead.

Brixton at Urban Industry

Another wardrobe essential that Brixton excels in creating are the branded t-shirts, including the Drive Thru T-Shirt, the Proper Palmer T-shirt and the Oath V T-shirts. All designs feature screen-printed graphics on the chest and back.

Brixton at Urban Industry

Brixton at Urban Industry

Keep an eye out for more autumn-winter pieces yet to arrive, including Cass Jackets and the infamous Heist Beanies.

Art Direction: Urban Industry
Photography: Urban Industry 
Styling: Urban Industry
Model: Niall Cheshire