John Elliott knows a thing or two about creating really good athleisure-wear. But, as he proved at NYFW: Men’s last summer, he’s far from a one-trick pony.

For Spring/Summer 2016, Elliott’s eponymous brand presented a solid range of pieces that weren’t completely dominated by fleece and side zippers. He expanded his offerings with military-inspired joints—like field jackets and bombers—that also nodded to the country of Vietnam.

Today, Elliott has finally released his Spring/Summer 2016 campaign, which was shot by L.A. photographer Patrick Maus in Hanoi and Halong Bay, Vietnam.

As you can see below, the lookbook’s setting compliments the collection extremely well. The natural and aging backdrops contrast nicely with the technical fabrics, while the understated hues go perfectly with the collection’s use of muted colors, such as gray, faded black, and off-white.

The only question we have now is: How longer until spring?