Entries in Needles (52)
—01. Each vest has a different configuration.
—02. 50% cotton / 50% Nylon.
The Rebuild by Needles project is an especially interesting one. With so many military inspired brands and products available, it isn't easy to create something unique. By taking apart, and rebuilding the garments with the 50/50 olive fabric, it provides a one-off piece with interesting pockets and details, in a very wearable piece.—Available at Inventory Stockroom
—01. South2 West8 Ballistic Nylon Canal Tote.
—02. Engineered Garments Whipcord Bedford Jacket.
—03. Post Overalls Herringbone RT Vest.
—04. orSlow US Army Fatigue Pants.
—05. Engineered Garments White Broadcloth 19th Century BD.
—06. Needles Navy & Red Cashmere Stole.
—07. Yuketen for Inventory Items Maine Guide Shoe.
With fresh deliveries from Engineered Garments and Post Overalls, there are plenty of layering options on offer. There is a nice variety of cottons and wools with different textures and in different colours, all of which mix well together. As the fall and subsequent winter set in, a more substantial footwear option is required - which is just what the Inventory Maine Guide Shoe provides.
—01. Available in two colours.
We're excited to have received our first shipment from Needles this season. Among the selection of exquisite outwear and knitwear, these wool cashmere stoles are a great accessory to have. The fabric is lightweight, incredibly soft and comes in two colour options.
—01-02. A selection of navy jackets for fall.
Another fine example of Nepenthes styling, their latest online feature looks at a selection of navy jackets for the fall. It's hard to deny that a navy jacket isn't a must have, which one to choose is the real debate.
—01-03. Available in olive & brown.
With more fall deliveries around the corner, anticipation for the season ahead is building. In Vancouver it feels like summer has only just arrived however, but I can't help to be interested in picking up this wool Crusher hat by Needles.
—01-02. Navy jacquard.
There are usually one or two items that slip through the cracks when looking at all of the collections during buying season. Maybe they had been moved, or somebody else was trying them on: maybe they just weren't appealing at the time. Whatever the case, this hooded jacquard shirt looks really nice. It has a familiar poncho aesthetic, but is definitely a bit more wearable.