French contemporary workwear specialists Bleu De Paname have delivered their latest selections for the season. Giving us a series of wardrobe staples mixed with archival classics and a little hint of that signature ‘Bleu’ we’ve come to know and love from the label. This season starts it all of with the wardrobe classic Chemise Bureau, coming to us in a rinsed Indigo Chambray alongside a classic White Oxford. Sitting alongside the shirting selections are an archival take on a classic 1950’s naval pant with the Suedois. The pants come to us in Bleu, and Olive with the relaxed cut taking shape with a dual pleats, and triangular pocket flaps before running through a rinsed wash to finish the fabric off.

A little bit of indigo makes its way into the collection with a series of patchwork workwear staples. The Veste Standard, and Pant De Travail takes on an over-dyed hue of deep blue merging the mixture of fabric panels in a series of shades, textures, and patterns in a marriage of contemporary and classic. Finishing off this season’s selections, Bleu De Paname have collaborated with French graffiti artist Pablo Cots for a series of lightweight cotton tees and crewneck sweats. Each of the prints draw inspiration from French artist and illustrator Francisque Paulbot blending his rose cheeked characters in ‘Teddy Boy’ fashions.

The full selections from this season’s Bleu De Paname collections are now available in store at our Level 1/15 McKillop Street store as well as online. For a closer look at each piece, head on over the jump for detailed imagery…