By the time university comes to an end, most people are sick of the thought of their thesis. Not Philip Stolte, who, having carved himself out a career as a graphic designer, returned to his final project as a student to indulge a pipedream that he’d conceived within it — a concept menswear store by the name of Harvest.
Now come to full fruition, the boutique on Zieblandstraße is at the forefront of men’s fashion in Munich, and one hell of an advert for Stolte’s design chops, let alone his eye for fine threads. The space — formerly his father’s atelier — is stripped back and unburdened, with woods both warm and austere comprising the majority of the material makeup. Clothes-wise, meanwhile, Harvest carries an ice-cool, curated collection of shirts, tees, trousers, knitwear, shoes and accessories from brands including A Kind of Guise, A.P.C, Folk, Comme des Garcons, Our Legacy and Norse Projects.