Welcome to the OPUMO top 5 items to drop this week. If you’re new here, each week we take our pick of the best items to have landed at OPUMO in the week. This gives us a chance to really mix up our favourite products, grouping classic overshirts with men’s jewellery and even minimal floor lamps, for example. As it happens, that isn’t just an example, that’s exactly what this week’s group looks like: a cotton overshirt by Parlez, Fear of God’s luxury men’s sneakers, a brushed gold ring by Alex Orso, wall art from Sonic Editions and a black floor lamp by Menu.
Parlez’s Spring 20 collection
exhibits the young British label’s penchant for muted colour schemes and relaxed, sportswear-inspired cuts. The minimal collection is punctuated by a handful of key styles that act as anchors. One of those items is the Sandeman Shirt
. This navy blue overshirt
takes on a classic work shirt silhouette and boasts two utility chest pockets. A lightweight cotton canvas construction positions this as an essential spring/summer piece.
Fear of God
needs no introduction. The Californian label with Jerry Lorenzo at the helm can do no wrong. The first choice for streetwear fans and LA’s A-listers alike, every collection is imbued with a sense of relaxed but high-end nonchalance. Take the Skate Low
as an example. This luxury sneaker
features a bovine leather lining and insock as well as a premium suede upper but takes the shape of a retro canvas skating shoe.
Sourcing jewellery for men
can be a difficult job. If you’re a reader of OPUMO, you’re probably here because you’re an advocate of the minimal wardrobe, which means that you’re in the same boat as us: high-quality minimal jewellery for men
is almost impossible to find. That’s where Alex Orso
steps in. Alex Orso’s 7mm Gold Ring
is cast in solid sterling silver and plated in 22kt gold. A brushed satin finish to the exterior keeps makes this men’s ring
an inconspicuous addition to your arsenal of accessories.
Jay Brooks’ famously matter-of-fact photograph of Daft Punk
was taken in Paris, September 2007. The iconic music duo sits across a table from the viewer, sporting their signature, futuristic headpieces. This striking homage to one of electronic music’s most-loved acts is sure to add a stylish punch to your walls.
In typical Menu
minimalism, the Black Peek Floor Lamp
is made up of only three simple components: a heavy round base, slender stem and a graceful shade designed to peek over the back of a sofa or armchair. This minimal floor lamp
is designed by Jonas Wagell to be a subtly stylish aspect of any Scandinavian-style interior design.
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