Alpha Industries FW19

Endlessly, Alpha Industries creates distinguishably innovative garments that are created great attention to detail. Inspired by the Neil Armstrong and Lunar Module Pilot Buzz Aldrin moon landing in 1969, the Moon Landing Capsule collection is phenomenal. Designed for their fall/winter 2019 range, there are a variety of different pieces that differ from comfortable hoodies to protective raincoats. Decorated with patchwork and embroidery, they have intertwined the new collection with their infamous ‘Remove Before Flight’ red tag, which is featured throughout their past releases. 


YSM has a select few of the products from the recent launch, one being the amazing NASA N-3B Jacket in silver. Crafted from lustrous taffeta fabric, the coat comes equipped with a practical hood, a full zip closure, multiple button pockets, and of course, their legendary red tag placed on the left arm. Different from an ordinary coat, this is not one for those who want something that will complement every outfit.

Alpha Silver Jacket

Something that can be paired underneath is the Space Camp tee, available in white. Relaxed fitting, the t-shirt not only has blue panels at either side but also has the NASA logo taped over the shoulders in a monochrome print. On the chest, the garment pays tribute to the 50th anniversary of the notorious moon landing, with a rocket motif embroidered badge following the title “Space Camp”.

Alpha Space Camp Hoodie

With many more items up for grabs, this is a collection you will want to get your hands on! Check out our new stock with items from many other supreme brands just like Alpha. Including Off-WhitePalm Angels,  Daily Paper, and more!

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