After delivering a run of graphic-covered clothing products this summer — one being a tee that benefitted The Bail Project in support of the #BlackLivesMatter protests — Babylon LA returns with a fresh batch of pieces for the third bundle of its Fall 2020 collection. The assemblage is a leap forward for the brand it has managed to supply more cut and sew offerings here, but the customary extensive array of tees and hoodies will also be incorporated.
Leading the collection as the standout piece is the CB Anorak Jacket which is constructed with water-resistant nylon, mesh lining, waterproof zippers and a snap closure half placket, all of which is surrounded with greyscale patchwork color-blocking. Other cut and sew items to note include that of the black poly mesh/cotton vest which conceals a hidden hood for utility, in addition to the Ben Davis-esque half-zip workwear shirts that have been styled with Babylon-branded patches atop the left chest. Tees and hooded sweatshirts are all treated with a variety of different graphics, many of which call upon punk and grunge-inspired fonts.
The streetwear imprint proffers a peak at its latest moody lookbook which features every item modeled against the backdrop of an old garage out in east Los Angeles.
According to the brand, the full collection will be available come December 15 on the Babylon LA web store and through select stockists.