with classic silhouettes and subtle shades and fabrics, delikatessen's men's collections emanate a timeless quality that resonates well worldwide, and its new a/w 2015 collection is no exception. wittily subtitled tasty balsam for winter moods, amsterdam-based designers andrzej lisowski and stephen hartog have drawn inspiration from families producing aceto balsamico tradizionale or traditional balsamic vinegar in northern italy. when visiting the region, the duo became more or less infatuated with its rich, deep brown hue, and obviously the sweet and sour flavour with notes of wood from the casks that come with it. aiming to project a similar - although multifaceted - purity in the realm of fashion, delikatessen's latest designs also project a decidedly contemporary urban style. shown here are three looks from the a/w 2015 collection that we particularly like. delikatessen's designs are available at select stores across the planet, including tenue de nîmes [amsterdam], full milano [milan], trüffelschwein [berlin], tomorrowland [tokyo] and sullen [tokyo].