The label leaves TFL nightmares behind for a new collab.

You’ll know Roundel London on account of its 80’s tube print Nike collaboration from several seasons ago, or the later leather pieces tagged with the same nostalgia inducing prints (here).

Well now the London label’s hooked up with iconic shoemaker George Cox, and the bold results are a stark contrast from the TFL nightmare you have coming up this evening.

Produced exclusively in black or white, the creeper style (Cox’s acclaimed design – Johnny Depp frequently rejects smart menswear codes with them on red carpets), is part of Roundel’s punk erring, minimalism displaying AW15 collection.

Toing the ‘broken youth and suburban cultures’ line that defines the brand, elsewhere this season denim is painted white and dustcoats come in black on black with London Underground logos on the chest.


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