Bristol Studio is showing itself to have quite the range with the Los Angeles label’s latest capsule.
The newest collection from the Los Angeles men’s line, which draws inspiration from founder and creative director Luke Tadashi’s love for basketball, has released its take on business casual. It’s good timing as much of the conversation around men’s is now focused on suiting and more tailored looks.
Bristol first previewed the line at the recently ended ComplexCon in Chicago and has now officially released it to the broader market.
“The reception at ComplexCon was strong,” Tadashi said. “People were definitely excited by the concept and curious as to how the concept came to life. As with any collection or project we do, it takes some explaining, so I would often explain the concept in great detail and from there they got even more stoked about the product because they understood the reason why it exists. I think the reversability factor is also important to note because that was something people always responded with awe to.”
A look from Bristol Studio.
The capsule includes reversible basketball shorts with a custom gray and yellow plaid or navy and white pinstripe retailing for $ 160, a $ 220 dress shirt with