The brand embraces a subtle new look.
No Noise By Serge DeNimes

From an initial line-up of simple, motif fronted tees in 2011 to No Noise, today sees the arrival of menswear label Serge DeNines’ new subtle offering.

With a loosely minimalist approach, No Noise boasts a premium outlook (think on point fabric choices) with a contemporary aesthetic and a nod to sportswear (read: suitably casual cuts and a streetwear backbone).

A very modern interpretation of luxe dressing, the SS16 collection features the biggest line-up to date in the brand’s (admittedly) short history; while co-ords like that pictured are perhaps the biggest draw, elsewhere bomber jackets feature prominently.

Comprised of a grey, white, navy and black palette, perhaps the most noticeable detail throughout the range is a complete rejection of heavy branding. Winning.


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