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Guys: if you covet everything at modern menswear boutique Wittmore, you'll dig new LA brand Wolf & Man. Already stocked at cool indie boutiques like Alpha pop-up home Seven Points in DTLA, The Lobby in Costa Mesa and North Menswear in Laguna Beach, the line was founded in 2012 by promising talent Brian Chan, who tells us he drew inspiration from his backpacking travels in Europe and Asia.
Priced from $42 to $160, the label offers affordable tops, button-downs, bottoms and outerwear with a streetwear-meets-workwear twist. (They even tapped pro skater Spencer Nuzzi for their East LA-inspired fall '13 campaign.) For summer, we're totally digging this palm tree and flamingo print shirt ($80), these navy blue striped shorts ($60); on the off chance that evening temps dip below 60, this lightweight carbon blue twill jacket ($128) is pretty ace. Discover more from the rising brand and take a peek at a few more spring lookbook shots after the jump.