What do you know about Simon Miller? If we're being totally real on this Monday morning, probably not enough. The brand known for its killer take on Japanese denim also does a hell of a lot more than just turn out a bunch of different jeans each season. The ethos of crazy great construction and otherworldly washes permeates throughout the entire collection, which clearly encompasses much more than just denim. This was an undercover highlight of last week, secretly bubbling through to impress. For S/S 16, the knits are plush, cotton is spongey and everything is washed and worn-in to a level of softness and comfort difficult to describe if you're not fondling things in person like a true garment creep. The color story is a simple one, relying on worn-in whites that have faded to cream, rusty browns and deep blues. Maybe the first thing to catch your eye is that burlap cuff on the model, which is understandable. I just hope customers have the option of copping it. It looks like some shit Wonder Woman would buy on Etsy, endowing the wearer with the kind of self-confidence and reassurance that your fit is indeed fire. And if you're wearing Simon Miller gear, that pretty much comes as a guarantee.