Japanese label and retailer Journal Standard quickly became recognized as a purveyor of quality goods since its start in the late 2000s, and has continued to elevate traditional menswear standards by bringing a crisp, modern twist to good old classics. For the Fall/Winter 2014 season, Journal Standard delivers a lookbook highlighting a series of cold-weather appropriate pieces from some of the best menswear brands around. A wool blue camo blazer from its in-house line, military-inspired jackets from Engineered Garments, Norse Projects Macintosh coats, as well as a handful of cable knit and wool crewnecks from masters of knitwear S.N.S. Herning are all included. 

This season's offerings at Journal Standard focus on blending aspects of sportswear and military. So whether you're into the Japanese heritage look, or if prefer casual basics with an underlying tone of tailored menswear, you can find something to cop.

Shop the looks from the catalog at Journal Standard stockists now.