—01. Corduroy brim.
The baseball cap has been rivived throughout menswear in recent years. McNairy's fall collection for Woolen Mills includes his version in a navy wool, featuring a contrasting corduroy brim and an adjustable back.
—01-02. Garments from the Nepenthes catalog.
As Nepenthes renovated their shop in Tokyo, they took the opportunity to photograph a selection of items from their fall collections. The shop's raw backdrop plays host to an interesting variety of fabrics and tones.
—01. Japanese fabrics.
The unique aesthetic of Fennica usually results in beautiful products. Whether its items for your home, your back or for your things, Terry and Keiko's product range is really nicely balanced. These tote bags use a mix of woven fabrics and leather to create an nice contrast of texture.
—01. South2 West8 Ballistic Tool Tote.
—02. Sassafras Flower Bud Half Shirt.
—03. orSlow US Army Fatigue Pants.
—04. Engineered Garments Workaday Overlap T-Shirt.
—05. Deadstock Swedish Army Belt.
—06. orSlow US Navy Hat.
—07. Yuketen English Ranger.
With the weather already starting to cool off in the shade and at night, pants and overshirts are becoming a more common occurrence. Between the fabrics of orSlow and Sassafras, these garments feel as good as they look. Yuketen's latest version of their Ranger Moc go nicely with the fatigue pants as well.
—01-03. Made in Japan.
Tres Bien have recently taken stock of some nice bags by Porter. The 'Beat' tote looks especially good with multiple interior pockets and the army green waxed canvas.
—01. Archaeopteryx lithographica.
To coincide with its launch, Arc'teryx Veilance designer Conroy Nachtigall explores the key elements of the brand's fourth fall collection, guiding us through the various components that form its foundation, and discussing the technical challenges encountered in bringing these garments to life. To read the feature in full, follow the link below.
Launch & Exhibition
September 6th, 7pm - 10pm
The International Picture House
29 Wadeson Street
The second instalment of British Folk by James Pearson-Howes will be released in London this evening. Following in the footsteps of Part One, the 40 page, perfect bound edition of 250 is "a celebration of British eccentricity, rooted in ancient traditions" featuring imagery of the Pearly Kings and Queens, the Cornish 'Obby 'Oss, and Lewes bonfire night. Copies will be available at Inventory Stockroom soon, but if you're in London a trip to tonight's launch, and accompanying exhibition, would definitely be worthwhile.