One of our much awaited and slightly delayed has finally been released online after our initial launch this weekend at Roden Gray. Needless to say the demand via email pre-orders made short work of the red knit caps. However, the cardigan is really the focus of this collaboration and one that we are very excited about. It's been made by hand in the area of Clackmannanshire, Scotland. Each cardigan takes approximately 90 hours to knit and they are all done by craftsmen in their own homes. Each sweater and cap is signed by the person who made it which gives the unique knitwear an extra special touch. We had the cardigan made up in our favorite colour of the season – navy blue. It goes with so many things and the colour lends itself to the timeless style of the piece. It's quite heavy due to the heavy gauge of the wool and can easily double as a jacket in the fall and spring. This is definitely a piece that will be with you for several years to come. We're happy to present our first season in collaboration with Inverallan. — Available in the Inventory Stockroom, Cardigan $350 & Knit Cap $80
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The Post Overalls collection has been leaking into shops until recently. It hit quick and hard in the USA, Japan and Europe. Most notably Superdenim's recently delivery is full of beautiful pieces, in fact too many to choose from so I decided to put a look together. It's definitely not an attention grabbing ensemble as the pieces are all quite muted and I like it that way. Khaki, navy and grey all go very well together so there is no real need to fight it. The cinch back chinos, C-post chambray and twill vest are my favorites and I wouldn't be surprised if I end up with one or two of them by the end of the season. They are perfectly balanced items and Takeshi Ohfuchi has put forth one of my favorite collections yet. I decided to add a bit of color by way of the Inverallan for Inventory Items cap, J. Press socks and the Alden for Context Roy boot.