The label taps David Hellqvist for its latest look book.

The Spiewalk story began in Williamsburg, over 100 years prior to Hannah Horvath and co putting roots down in the now, according to reports, hipster centric New York neighbourhood.

Founded by Isaac Spiewak – who began selling handcrafted sheepskin vests to Williamsburg dockworkers on the waterfront in 1904 – today the outerwear label boasts a more contemporary aesthetic, working with a variety of fabrics and technologies.

The AW15 look book, styled by editor, writer and stylist David Hellqvist, taps the minimal and functional elements of brutalist architecture, while elsewhere the collection references the brand’s military history; you see Isaac would later create US military uniforms…

A revised N3-B parka features in the new line-up boasting tech-aviation cloth, likewise the MA-1 flight jacket (produced in satin); 70/30 recycled goose down filled jackets are also introduced this season as a nod to Spiewak’s conservation efforts.


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