New York's Rochambeau recently unveiled its fall 2014 lineup - a bare bones, no fuss assemblage of wearable looks.

The brand, which first got its start designing minimalist wears in 2007, drew inspiration from drag racing and monster truck culture for this collection. Rochambeau decorated its show space with pieces of automobile scrap spray-painted white, then played looped audio of screeching tires and revving engines while the models walked along. 

Quilted bombers, a basic colorway of dark greys and deep blues, and puffed-up leather pants highlight the collection. If you're bold enough, try wearing a sweater as a scarf like that dude above.

Scroll through Rochambeau's latest, then peep a few of the past collections.

[via Rochambeau]