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Brownstone AW18 "A_New Warning" debuts on Hypebeast.com

Hypebeast debuts our AW18 collection, "A_New Warning". This is our second collection and will be available exclusively through Union Los Angeles. 

"A_New Warning" brings together Japanese and Italian fabrications with impeccable detailing to create evocative minimal offerings. Some notable pieces include a reconstructed M65 parka, boxy mohair cardigans, and wool cropped trousers. 

Release information and details to soon come.

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Brownstone Featured in GQ STYLE September 2018

Brownstone was featured in the GQ Style Fall 2018 issue.

The magazine featured Angelo Baque, owner of Awake NY, Brendon Babenzien ,owner of NOAH, and Chris Gibbs, the owner of UNION Los Angeles. 

Chris Gibbs is pictured wearing the Brownstone Hal Coat from the AW 2018 collection "A New Warning"

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Brownstone Featured on Coveteur

The Coveteur stopped by Mark Anthony Green’s (GQ Style Guy) pad to discuss a few his favorite items from his closet.

Between sips of sweet tea, MAG discussed discovering Stanley Kubrick’s films while growing up in Kansas City, going on eBay deep dives for vintage bolos, and the importance of staying authentic to your influences. Amongst the pieces he displayed was the Brownstone “The World Won’t Listen” reversible sukajan bomber.

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Brownstone Infuses American With Japanese Fabrication

The editorial for our S/S19 offering “I Like It Here Can I Stay? : Rude Boys and Girls Club, USA” is now available for viewing on Highsnobiety

Shot on 35mm film by Alex Fisher at The Flower Shop NYC & featuring Franz Lyons of hardcore band Turnstile, the collection shows the brand expressing an "outsiders take on Americana and the persistence of memory".

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"It Was My First Time Once"

Our NYC showroom will be open February 5th - 10th, and will feature pieces from our upcoming spring collection, "I Like It Here Can I Stay?: Rude Boys and Girls Club, USA".

Original artwork done by Chuy Hartman (The New Yorker, Bad Brains). For all inquiries contact hello@brwnstne.co