After a successful collaboration at London boutique Machine-A, Cottweiler has now released a Menswear collection for Autumn/Winter 2016. All photos by Luke Hutson-Flynn. The collection was made from all organic, man-made fabrics ranging from pine green colours to light beige, while the models are presented to the public in a field of wheat. This is because some of the fabrics are embroidered with wheat straws and the theme of this collection is about “a post-civilized society and the agricultural and theoretical doctrines of this new culture.” As you can see in some of the looks, the models are enveloped by tinted cellophane which adds to the ‘waterproof’ agricultural worker look that Cottweiler is trying to portray in this collection. Matthew Dainty and Ben Cottrell have created an interesting concept that brings modernity into agriculture-inspired street wear. This is a great example of how organic fashion can look fashion-forward and well thought out. See more of our London Collections Men 2016 coverage.