Today, "underground style" evokes the flash of streetwear, faux hawks, and jeans that make the chickenest of legs look Butterball -- but the original "underground" look was worn by people who, for various reasons, really didn't want you to see them. Get old-school surreptitious with Surface to Air. S2A's Autumn/Winter collection revisits the "classicism and intensity" of artists, intellectuals, and musicians in the European underground (or criminals, depending on country/decade). Covert outerwear starts with the belted Classic Trench in black virgin wool or navy wool/polyamide; the Nappa leather or cotton/polyurethane black Blade Bomber; and a dark grey belted-and-hooded Brooklyn Parka with four front pockets, two zip, two button -- if you can't escape the Secret Police, at least you can enjoy a lingering frisk. Stylized sweatshirts include the black, tight-armed cotton Logo Zipper and the black or grey button-up cotton Tuxedo Fleece, evocative of 1960s Euro poet fashion (come on, you know the look). Limited edition tees carry more explicit references, notably the "Pasolini": a technicolor'd outline of Italian poet/intellectual Pier Pasolini, whose death from being run over with his own car proves that no matter how far underground you go, you're never safe from yourself.