With GQ naming John Elliott as its 2014 Designer of the year, the brand continues to evolve even further after the major cosign.  The unique aesthetic of the gear lends itself to a casual but refined look that focuses on presenting clean basics.  Mixing style with comfort, the Fall/Winter 2015 seasons exaggerated length tee’s, bomber jackets and snug sweatpants all look to provide style without sacrifice.   The Fall and Winter temperatures make outerwear a must so the leather Rider jacket and new styles of varsity coat will have you covered. Layering the pieces crafts an advanced athletic wear design that also lends itself well to the colder weather. If you’re interested in budgeting, athletic wear basics fall under the “Baseline” category with lower priced crew tees and perfectly structured hoodies creating a bit of price point diversity.  2014 was a massive year for John Elliot and it looks like he may just continue his reign this year as one of fashion’s new leaders. Check out images from the designer’s newest Fall/Winter 2015 campaign lookbook images in the gallery below.