Still Good has come a long way since its 2010 inception. After starting as a streetwear brand that focused only on T-shirts, the Paris-based label has since evolved into a full fledge clothing business with a handful of collections under its belt.
For Spring/Summer 2015, Still Good continues that expansion with the unveiling of its “GUERILLA” lookbook.
Shot by Pierre Ange Carlotti on the streets of Paris, the special editorial mirrors the modern rebellious spirit of the range through the use of skylines and towering buildings as the backdrop. The clean lines and contemporary architecture perfectly compliment the selection of threads that are sporty, street, and, above all, refined.
Items like bombers, crew neck sweatshirts, windbreaker jackets, button-ups, and graphic tees are presented in an array of technical fabrics, like mesh, 3M, nylon, and waterproof chambray cotton. So you know these pieces are as practical as they are good-looking.