Regardless of professed inspirations, too many fashion lines cause their wearers to transmit a single, annoying message: "I am very into you checking out my clothes". To look good stealthily, try Niibo, in stores now.
Niibo's designed by a former Odin employee infatuated with shadows, which logically bears out in clothing that allows you to disappear into the darkness, only to emerge unleashing a hail of throwing stars. All decked out in greys and blacks, the slim cut gear's quietly stylish: cotton slacks, button-ups, and vests, plus outerwear like leather jackets, sport coats, hoodies, and a knee-length, sweater-weave jacket (The Swacket?). Accessory-wise, there's a single black leather wallet with an old-notebook-style wraparound cord tie, perfect for the short read that is your money.
Despite its similarly dark hue, at least one piece betrays the line's subdued ethos: a pair of slacks with an ass that sags so deep, they scream "you'll be checking me out, once my butt implants fill out these drooping trousers".