Drumohr and Nick Wooster have collaborated for this this impeccably crafted mid-layer piece for fall and winter months ahead. The British knitwear brand was founded by James Paterson in southern Scotland in the 1700s and has been revered by British and European royals for decades. Nick Wooster teamed up with Drumohr to bring out the creativity with some amazing details inspired by US university wear and wintersports across a foray of products. One of the stand outs is this down padded cashmere hooded waistcoat, in traditional snowflake pattern matching.
One of the finest blazers we’ve seen for the fall comes from Isaia. Dubbed the Doubleface “Aqua Cashmere” blazer, this two-button masterpiece is “exquisitely tailored in the Italian tradition” and has all the proper detailings we’ve come to expect from the Neapolitan master.
One of our favorite neckwear designers, Drakes London, has some phenomenal neckwear for the F/W season. These cashmere ties are made with the utmost detail and will work really well with your layered stylings for the colder months. The ties will also add a burst of color to a wardrobe that’s known to be a bit muted. They’re made by hand in England, are 3.14 inches at their widest point and are available in a few different styles, with each style coming in a range of colorways.
A little while back, we were discussing future plans with Michael of ACL and a multi-part collaboration with UK-based London Undercover was briefly mentioned. Now the details are coming out and it’s starting out with a bang. The boys have teamed up for this traditional Black Watch plaid cashmere scarf with orange colored reverse. The color combination is great and quality is unparalleled so don’t expect it to stay in stock for long.
Buy It: $245 at ACL & Co.
GQ turns us to these fine knit stocking caps from The Elder Statesman by Greg Chait. The label will be dishing out “uber-luxurious” chunky cashmere hats and even baja sweaters. The quality is everything you’ve yet to experience, as they’re made of the best Mongolian handspun cashmere and come in rich wintry colors.
They’re available now at select Barneys locations.
We love hearing from Blackbird because we know that whatever they send our way is going to put a smile on our face. The Cashmere Chelsea Sweater by Hyden Yoo has done nothing short of that. It has black and gray diagonal stripes that are quite subtle. It’s knitted with a black double breasted placket and has pewter crested buttons.
Did we mention its versatility? Wear it the collar up, down or unbuttoned. The result’s going to be the same regardless: timeless.
Buy It: $285.99 (sale) @ Blackbird