Drew Curry’s entrepreneurial essence and desire to design have come together to create his amazing apparel line, Ollin (pronounced All-in). His thematic design esthetic and philanthropic philosophy hold true to his brands name. Derivative from the language of ancient Aztecans, the world Ollin means to move and act now with all of your heart, which is something that Curry strives to do with every collection drop. After an awakening trip to the world’s poorest city of Kolkata, India, Curry felt compelled to some day make a difference. Despite his devout love for athletic endeavors, Curry decided to embark on the road to design. Beginning with a simple t-shirt company, Ollin is now branching off into a full lifestyle collection encouraging people to make their mark on the World.
Stepping out with a little more brand maturity from their previous Enzo line, this second drop focuses more on outputting staple pieces with different silhouettes making layering a synch. Producing pieces with better quality fabric and incorporating a more facets and embellishments all the while still keeping the brands sense of simplicity. Ollin’s second collection will feature 14 new pieces including tees, shirts, sweatshirts, and an amazing new coat.
They have added several styles of tees made with their signature supima cotton in their core color way.
Expanding their color offerings from the last collection, Ollin has added off-white and two plaid colors that will fit perfectly among the other pieces, harnessing a sense of versatility for the new drop.
Ollin has added blended french terry to the mix this drop as well. Proving itself as super functional, french terry is heavy enough for the winter, yet perfect for a spring transition with the raw-edge cut off sleeves.
Easily one of the most riveting pieces of the collection, Ollin’s kneelength coat is made up of a wool/nylon body. Adding more of a luxurious factor they’ve also added a 100% silk liner for comfort and warmth.
Check out the gallery below to see images from the look book.