Founded in 2003, New York City based fashion collective Nom de Guerre has quickly become an integral part of the modern menswear scene. Taking its influences from the myriad New York subcultures, Nom de Guerre creates detailed, quality menswear that avoids trends while maintaining a progressive edge.
Nom de Guerre’s Fall/Winter 2009 collection brings a modern perspective to military inspirations. References to artic survival with details like sherpa linings and shawl collars are perfect for weathering harsh winters in the city. Wool, waxed cotton, and canvas dominate. Double breasted jackets, parkas, vests, and knits layer nicely over simple dress shirts and ties. A palette of gray, olive, and khaki with splashes of black and white instantly turn items into classics. Known for quality workmanship and minimal branding, Nom de Guerre continues to offer some of the best modern menswear in New York.