In the world of technical performance gear, few brands have been able to set the bar as high as Berlin-based Acronym. During the past 20 years, the brand has seamlessly fused fashion-forward design with functional components, creating a unique style of futuristic threads palatable for today’s taste. And we’re glad to see the label hasn’t abandoned its niche for the Fall/Winter 2014 season.

This time around, a mix of reintroduced classics and never-before-seen styles are featured throughout this outerwear-heavy range, but Acronym’s customary emphasis on simplicity, utility, and fit continue to be the collection’s driving force.

Lead designer Errolson Hugh takes his cerebral design skills a step further by reinterpreting the zippers, closures, and storage compartments featured on the garms. The innovative details once again lend a hefty dose of versatility as they allow certain pieces to be worn in various ways. Comprised of trenches, bombers, knits, and trousers, this offering is sleek, highly considered, and very adaptable.

Check out images of Hugh modeling the Fall/Winter 2014 collection below; then be sure to head over to Acronym’s online store to cop your favorite items.


[via Hypebeast]