Shouts to Lease on Life Society for adopting the less-is-more approach.

Known for their previous releases of flashy prints and kaleidoscopic color palettes, the father-son design team has turned down the noise for the upcoming season, creating a super clean line steered by neutrals and subtle accents. However, don’t be put off by the noticeably sleeker look. The brand has definitely become more focused but hasn’t disregarded its initial vision of NYC-inspired streetwear.

Titled “BRVDO2,” the Fall/Winter 2014 collection offers up the brand’s signature use of color-blocking and playful detailing, but executes it in a much more refined manner: less color, less contrasting, and generally less frill. An assortment of tees, distressed denim, outerwear, and sweats make up the 14-piece range, which has employed an array of contemporary trends like nautical stripes, U-shape hems, and elongated silhouettes.

The use of understated patterns and subdue color schemes also make this collection highly versatile and perfect for layering during the cooler months.

Check out the collection below, and be sure to hit up Lease on Life Society's online store to cop your favorite items during Sunday’s official drop.