Harmony Is Off to an Impressive Start With Its First Collection

Brooklyn We Go Hard's co-founder continues to impress with his latest creation.

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David Obadia, co-founder of Parisian streetwear label Brooklyn We Go Hard, recently branched off on his own to create a new line: Harmony. The label just put out its first-ever collection, for fall/winter 2014, with offerings for both men and women. The line stays true to Obadia's minimalist, sporty aesthetic and contains pretty much every staple wardrobe item you’d ever need in a single collection. Mesh fabrics, bomber jackets, color paneling give the collection a strong sportswear core, but Obadia also ventures into tailored goods with on-point suiting and trench coats alongside perfectly-fitted trousers.

The easy-to-wear color palette consists of rich camel, melange grays, black, cream, and navy, with minimal graphics scattered throughout the designs. Styled simply with adidas Superstars, the lookbook exemplifies just how easy it is to go from the office to the street with this collection. It’s worth wondering how Harmony makes it seem so effortless to look this good. Check out the collection in full on the label’s website and expect it to drop very soon.









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