Birmingham has always been a city that has heaps of culture, history and style, whether that’s from its connection with underground mining, or the flat caps and waist coats associated with the Peaky Blinders. But aside from that, the Midlands has a vast amount of fashion front-runners — such as Nottingham’s Paul Smith — which pride themselves on intricate attention to detail. But, as a new wave of emerging, independent designers hit the U.K. streets, one label from the Midlands doing its bit to push the power of independence is Bene Culture.
With this in mind, the Birmingham-based label has just presented its Pre-Winter look book, focusing heavily on graphics, its brand slogan, “have you seen Bene Culture?” and boxy silhouettes. Collection highlights include the baggy zip-up hoodie which comes in a khaki green hue. Other styles include a white graphic T-shirt with a teddy bear key chain graphic printed across the front. Straight-legged trousers with minimal Bene Culture branding above the back pocket and an abstract, navy blue tote bag round off the collection.
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You can have a closer look at the new Bene Culture above and it will be available on the official Bene Culture website on August 26 at 7 p.m. BST (3 p.m. EDT).
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