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Sunday
Mar162014

orSlow x Fennica Kenneth Jacket

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—01. Made in Japan.

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orSlow and Fennica's collaborations have been catching my eye over and over again for a few seasons now. This jacket is a pretty faithful reproduction of a 20th century chore coat, but the fit is more modern and ultimately more wearable. The rich indigo blue colouring and pink bar tack reinforcements add some interest, as well as the fabric, which is destined to be as good as all of orSlow's other products. 

Available at Fennica

Monday
Mar032014

Paraboot for Fennica Kiltie Chambord

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—01. Made in France.

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This spring Fennica have enlisted French footwear specialists, Paraboot, to make a special version of their Chambord model. The brown leather shoes feature the same welted sole, premium leather and supreme comfort, topped off with the added flavour of a tonal kiltie.

Available at Fennica

Sunday
Oct132013

orSlow for Fennica Mechanic Jacket

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—01. Blanket lined.

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orSlow and Fennica are certainly no strangers, having worked together several times over the past few years. Their latest collaboration has resulted in this denim jacket, complete with a corduroy collar and blanket lining.

Available at Fennica

Monday
Apr082013

Interview: Terry Ellis

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—01. Terry Ellis.
—02. Fennica Style Book.

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Terry Ellis has been working for Beams since the late 80s but some of his most interesting work has been with Fennica. Alongside the mix of Japanese pottery, Scandinavian furniture and international brands, he's developed an original range of vintage-inspired garments in collaboration with Buzz Ricksons and orSlow. The Great Divide recently caught up with Terry to discuss his work and approach to buying ceramics.

The Great Divide: Terry Ellis Interview

Tuesday
Feb192013

Mashiko: Pottery Central Exhibition at Fennica

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—01. Online feature via Fennica.

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Fennica has become well-known as a great source for traditional Japanese pottery. This spring they are hosting a small exhibition which features a variety of ceramics made in Mashiko, an area noted for its handmade pottery.

Fennica

Tuesday
Jan292013

In Stock: Fennica Pottery

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—01. Mingei pottery.

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After working with Terry Ellis on our last issue of Inventory, we decided to bring in a selection of pottery from Fennica. Terry and his partner Keiko are long-time Beams buyers and have created the Fennica brand to showcase a variety of Japanese and Scandinavian products. Besides the mingei pottery, we also have the Fennica Style Book which further illustrates what the brand is all about through short articles and beautiful photography.

Available at Inventory Stockroom

Saturday
Sep082012

Fennica Tote Bags

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—01. Japanese fabrics.

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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.

Available at Fennica

Thursday
Aug302012

Porter Yoshida for Fennica Rag Handle Tote

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—01. Olive canvas.

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Using vintage fabrics for the handle, the latest colour of the Rag Handle tote has been stocked at Fennica. The contrast between the colourful handle and olive drab canvas looks especially nice.

Available at Fennica