Brands you should know: Woolf

For Woolf, clothing is about conversation. How it looks, but also the dialogue among the fabrics, patterns, and fit.

When Woolf was established two years ago, its creator, Seb Gorey, envisioned a line that could embody the spirit of streetwear, while being mature enough to work with a tie.
The influences are inherently subversive: military + leisure.
The form is also function -- slanted pockets mean easier access.
The mash-up of fabrics is like a sampled hook. The pairing creates something new.