The Peckham HERESY boys are back with a micro capsule collection called Depression… Featuring sad face vibes on sweats and tees in opposing black and white colourways that look great in their new lookbook.
I love what these guys do… nice, clean and simple designs on staple pieces.
Heresy is the menswear project of Dominic Owen and Jasper Dunk who met during illustration degrees and set up their brand as a way of making tangible and creative products from their interests. Forming has drawing at its core, stripped back with modest,
muted colours laid onto strong silhouettes. You’ll be able to find contemporary graphic printed tees. Loop-back sweatshirts with enamelled badge detailing, and super- soft brushed cotton collarless shirts that claim menswear over streetwear.
We especially like their accessories, from their Watch Cap beanies whose shape nods to the tradesman, canvas drawstring backpacks inspired by the high- streets of south London, and simple short-peak 6 panel baseball caps in wool and cotton.
Heresy’s design elements use clean, modern typography with grotesque accents. Designs continue to play with the theme of religion – borrowing, altering and poking at holy iconography and ideas. The intent is wearability, with drawing over branding, and fabrics and print that look better with age, making each piece more distinct over time.
The collection will be available from October.