Newspeak reveals new Fall/Winter 2024-25 collection that is a blend of archival workwear shapes with the concept of a city wardrobe. The collection utilizes oversized shapes in a relatable everyday style, keeping in line with layered and versatile silhouettes, which drew inspiration from images of Giorgio Armani campaigns from the early 1990s.

Every piece is deceptively simple. From afar they take the form of recognisable menswear staples, however, on close inspection the garments break the rules of modern garment construction. Functionality and essentialism are paramount within this new collection, adding softness and refinement to traditional menswear styles.

For the very first time, Newspeak introduces, knitwear pieces combine luxury with the rugged functionality of military knitwear, using precious yarns, including baby alpaca, silk, linen and yak.

The collection consists of classic menswear fabrics, such as virgin wool, cavalry twill, cotton poplin and rubberized cotton. Whether it be a long belted coat, a blanket pullover, dramatic balloon pants or a knee-length shirt – reminiscent of vintage nightshirts – every garment stands on its own, delivering a clear, yet subtle, point of view.

By using vintage Dutch army blankets to craft one-off garments, Newspeak showcases its commitment to tackle sustainability in its own way. Made in limited quantities, these pieces are playful, yet versatile, a lighthearted addition to otherwise elegant silhouettes.

Finding the right balance between protection and emotion, strength and vulnerability, the collection offers a wider range of shapes, colors and textures. Although it references military codes, the overall range relies on smooth, fluid shapes, fusing fashion with cerebral intelligence. The goal is to add substance and depth to everyday clothes, making them instantly beloved and timeless.