Clothing designed specifically for photographers is practical but it's not always the most fashionable but Monochrome Vestimentum is hoping to fix this with their ethical apparel designed for photographers and adventurers.
The company was founded by photojournalist and features writer Diego James Robles as he was looking for an alternative to the photographer's vest which he found to be ill-fitting and just plain ugly.
Monochrome Vestimentum's apparel collection includes a field jacket with a very modern design but it still has pockets large enough for lenses and a western-style shirt that features tilted pockets to make reaching in easier as well as more generous arm gussets to give more movability. There is a vest in the range but it's not as bulky as other photographer's vests available and the trousers feature built-in kneepad pockets for those who spend a lot of time kneeling.
The clothing is available in a range of sizes, colours and for both men and women. As for pricing, the company is currently running a Kickstarter campaign with various reward levels; $25 will get you a t-shirt while a $74 donation will mean you'll receive a men's field shirt.
For more information, visit the Kickstarter page.