Lately, we've been seriously jonesing all things Hyden Yoo—his lower-priced spring '11 collection from his diffusion line "Standard Issue" that's pitch-perfect for dudes. The lookbook is rife with army imagery, if our forces happened to have a training session is at atmosphere that recalls A River Runs Through It. With armor that comprises of rugged but clean separates that have all the signature Yoo—charcoal nautical stripes, crisp, khaki blazers, and plaids with plackets and Nehru collars. Inspired by old war paintings that Yoo found is his 9th grade history book, each piece was treated with a rough garment wash for a broken-in look with a buttery touch. Plus, with a price-point ($20-120) that is decidedly unlike America's defense budget, we may just be ready to conscript.
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