Debuting this fall is Johanna Bloomfield's new label, Johannes Faktotum. Bloomfield has an impressive resume having worked for Bless, Rick Owens, Cloak, and Ralph Lauren. Merging the finer points of utilitarian vintage construction with her own creative vision, Bloomfield decided to establish her own label, Johannes Faktotum, meaning jack of all trades. Branching off of this idea, the fall collection is inspired by the heritage of Germany’s Zimmermann. The Zimmermann was a union of skilled craftsmen. Stirred by the idea of a masculine artisan, Bloomfield created a collection that combines the best of innovation, style, and function. Paying close attention to utility and movement, Bloomfield’s attention to detail is best exemplified in her outerwear, which consists of three layers. The outerwear includes "an exterior blend of cotton, wool or nylon, a middle layer of water and stain repellent coating and an interior layer of brushed fleece." If Bloomfield’s outerwear is not enticing enough, she plays it comfortable with wool and cashmere knits that will make for a cozy winter.