david obadia is one of the two mavericks behind popular french streetwear brand bwgh. while this brand appeals to a predominantly young demographic, obadia hasset his sights on developing a new label with a more minimalist edge that caters to a slightly more mature demographic. aptly called harmony - indeed what's in a name? yet it beautifully captures the focus to create contemporary pieces - its first collection, consisting of both menswear and womenswear, is to drop in stores as of next month. harmony's a/w 2014 collection draws inspiration from a quirky urban blend that includes barnett newman's abstract paintings, american sport apparel, business suiting, and last but not least, people in the street. the collection is very much a complete wardrobe, featuring a wide range of functional, timeless pieces, crafted in a variety of natural fabrics and with subtle detailing, that allow you to create a style of your own for any given occasion. shown here are six looks from harmony's inaugural a/w 2014 collection that we particularly like.