KR3W has done a lot of maturing in the last twelve months. The appointment of Jack Toledo as Design Director led to a re-appraisal of the direction in which the skate and streetwear brand was heading, and they've since moved towards a more subtle look. The Spring 2015 collection is themed "Nobody's Hero" and focuses on clean, simple staples executed perfectly. 

The collection is spread across button-ups, crewnecks, and graphic-printed T-shirts, as well as the trademark KR3W denim range, which is presented in washes that include coated carbon, white static, light stone, and artisan blue. This collection is a real step forward for KR3W, who began the process in Fall/Winter 2014, and its really exciting to see where they'll take it from here. 

Also included in the Spring  2015 collection is the Rights Refused program collaboration with Charles Peterson, infamous grunge photographer who captured some of the most iconic images of the grunge movement. The capsule celebrates the aesthetic of grunge as well as the fashion, with graphic T-shirts providing the backbone of the collaboration.

Check out more of the lookbook below, and head over to stockists like Slam City Skates and Parlour to shop the collection now.