Dutch brand Denham and musician James Lavelle have teamed up for the Advisor Parka for Spring 2012. It’s a modern take on the classic M65 Fishtail Parka — old-school shell with new-age fabrics. The parka features a indigo rubberized nylon body made from Italy, and fitted with hand-painted details. It’s lined with seersucker, has plenty of pockets for easy storage and a hint of sweater material from the Canadian army. With the parka also comes headphones released in association with audio label Frends.
Tricker’s is really keeping up with the demand as they’ve dropped another collaboration, this time teaming up with Sweden’s SCOUT for this small collection. The first of the two offerings is the Beechnut Burnished Derby Brogue, one that reinvisions a collaboration between Kenneth Mackenzie of 6876 and Tricker’s from roughly ten years ago. It features a calf leather shell atop a red Dainite sole, as well as brass eyelets and Tellason laces. The Midnight Blue Suede Derby Brogue looks great as well, especially with its navy Repello suede upeer and Dainite sole. Shop the goods at SCOUT.
The latest varsity jacket to hit the market comes from Japanese brand A Bathing Ape and Brooklyn-based Ebbets Field Flannels. Ebbets has been dropping some really authentic pieces over the years, most notable for their wool caps that are now sold at several legit retailers. This item doesn’t steer away from the brand’s vision as it’s got all the proper detailings of an authentic varsity jacket. The navy/red/cream colorway looks phenomenal as does the bold crest that’s featured on the back.
Park & Bond continues to deliver some really exclusive product, this time partnering up with Nepenthes, a New York shop with roots in Japan that carries brands like Engineered Garments and South2 West8 as well as a plethora of goods from Japanese labels that you won’t find anywhere else. The Nepenthes shop-in-shop that’s now live online at Park & Bond continues this trend as there’s a good mix of brands, giving the consumer a complete feel for what they could potentially find in their Garment District boutique. (via GQ Eye)
Tanner Goods collaborates with San Francisco-based denim label Tellason for this Roll Tote bag. It’s extremely portable and features high quality fabrics and craftsmanship throughout. It’s available in three editions, each with particular leather and denim detailings. A few of the fabric options to choose from are 12.5oz denim, 10.5oz deadstock duck canvas from Graniteville Mills, and a heavier 19oz black waxed canvas. The attached should straps allow the bag to be rolled up and tucked away, adding some functionality to a great looking piece. (via hb)
Each season, Superdenim puts together a collaborative collection that looks to capture a bit of the store’s personality. For Fall 2011, they’ve released four footwear styles that are limited to just 11 pieces each and are exclusive to the shop. Among them are the Multitone Derby brogue in black as well as brown and the Multitone Stow Brogue Boot in black as well as brown. They’re available now through Superdenim’s online shop.
Superdenim and Viberg have teamed up to create a fine selection of Oxfords for the F/W 2011 season. The 145 Oxford is available in four different finishes, each with their own unique details. Our favorite happens to be the tan rough out suede variety shown above (shots of the other finishes below). It features a deconstructed toe and an upper that’s made from an incredible rough out suede leather. The wedge sole works well with the tan shell and the brown details in the stitching, laces really stand out. Each boot is hand made in the Viberg factory in Victoria, Canada.
English shoemaker Tricker’s has made an exclusive pair of brogue boots for BKc of New York. They’re handmade in England and come in two Limited Edition finishes. The uppers come in brown or black, both a fresh mix of grain leather and smooth calf leather. The storm welt and Dainite rubber sole complete the dress boot to stand up in any weather condition. They’re up for pre-order now through The Brooklyn Circus.
I’m sure you’ve heard by now that Grenson and Barbour, two of the UK’s finest brands, have teamed up for a capsule collection for the ages. To start things off, Grenson has produced a limited range of footwear that focuses on quality and aesthetics over quantity. This collaboration represents the hundreds of skilled hand operations that go into both a pair of hand crafted shoes and a Barbour jacket. Look for the offerings to be available through a select number of retailers in extremely limited numbers.
DQM has teamed up with Seattle’s Crescent Down Works for this amazing remake of their Montagne Parka. The shell is made from Martexin Original Wax cotton and is lined with the Crescent Down Works’ signature streak free nylon. Look for zipper and leather enforced button closure plus additional leather detailing on the drawstring hood. The jacket will be available in two colorways — black/orange and tan/navy — through DQM’s online shop come October 3rd but can be grabbed now at The Vans DQM General Store.