Scott Sternberg behind Los-Angeles based label Band Of Outsiders presented his latest Pre-Fall collection which was inspired by writer Joan Didion. The brand explored 1970's hippie looks, chunky knits and free spirit layering. You are going to see tomboy and free-spirit garments that are easy to wear and style. New pre-season features strong tailored pieces, including tailored denim and suede blazers, signature stripes, floral print maxi ensembles, romantic mood essentials, as well as preppy basics. All in all, we see preppy, hippie and boyish looks.
The blond model looks great in tailored inky suede blazer worn atop chambray shirt that is tucked in washed shortened jeans.
High collar, front zip wool navy coat with hem white stripes looks great with camel brown leather flat booties.
Boiled-wool-jersey trucker jacket with shearling collar is worn atop striped tops and simple white mini skirt.
Chambray, stand-up collar shirt-dress in shift silhouette looks great with the stripes.
Light grey pullover with eye-catching stripes is worn atop chambray mini skirt.
Here we see a tailored look that consists of a suit jacket, cropped pants and navy top.
That's a statement denim look double-breasted coat that is worn atop chambray shirt-dress.
Model appears in a boiled-jersey grey blanket coat with a hood that is worn atop lightweight summer dress and paired with suede grey booties.
Leather jacket with a shearling collar looks awesome worn atop casual pullover and khaki cropped jeans.
That's a sweet plaid pale cream pink pantsuit that is great for wearing at the office or in a bank.
The mannish, tailored black blazer is worn atop cream white turtleneck and mini skirt.
Retro black-and-white knitted pullover looks great over a micro-floral-printed maxidress styled with black leather booties.
Peruvian shawl-collar cardigan looks great with casual black top and side slit ankle-length skirt.