Wil Fry beamed over the lookbook for his upcoming S/S 16 collection, shot by Justin Hollar, and if you've been following along since his days of the "Birds of Paradise" Brooklyn jerseys and designer bombers, it's been a steady ascent for Wil Fry into real, actual fashion brand territory, a look that's a bit different than we're used to with his exclusively cozy boy pieces. Fry mentions that with the terry and knit focus of F/W 15, he learned the basics of production and development after doing print-heavy projects previously, so while the last two collections have traded almost exclusively in solids, more prints will be coming back soon. S/S 16 shows Wil's growth as a designer with a mixture of the pieces he's become known for along with a ton of new stuff. The double-layer shorts that have become a modern staple continue their reign here alongside oversized tees, drop-shoulder coaches jackets and blank cotton tanks. The completely new additions: short-sleeve button up shirts, a "utility" cardigan that's essentially a throw-over with no closures and two internal chest pockets, zip-up hoodies, cropped track pants, boxing shorts and a huge zip-up overcoat made of a cotton/linen blend. There are outfits for the mid-morning bodega run and the slightly nicer event called "dinner with a woman" all in one collection, so get excited for the drop early next year.