From Dents comes these suede lined leather driving gloves, a lightweight winter essential. The elasticated, snap fastening cuff features a hint of red trim while there’s perforation throughout the gloves. The black finish is a bit more subdued than a brown or cognac variety so it will be a bit more versatile and conservative should the occasion call for it.
Garbstore of London has dropped some styled looks for Fall 2011, giving us a peek at what the shop will be carrying through the breezy months. The lineup is solid and features a strong mix of casual wear that can easily be spruced up should you need to. Amongst the brands featured in their Fall 2011 offerings are Epperson Mountaineering, Steven Alan, Gitman Vintage, Monitaly, Aircraft Armed and several others.
Filson drops this umbrella made from highly water repellent Cover Cloth. It’s strong enough to stand up to wind and rain yet light enough for easy carrying. This durable umbrella also features an embossed Filson logo on wooden handle and opens to about 40″.
Here we have a look at Haversack’s Fall 2011 lookbook. This is most certainly one of the label’s most eccentric winter offerings as it features some vibrant prints. The fit looks to be as exceptional as ever however and there are definitely a few gems in the mix. The outerwear looks to be a pretty consistent point in the collection, with each offering as wearable as the next. (via cs)
Another collaborative effort between Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen and Ronnie Fieg, this chocolate and tweed baseball jacket is the second from the duo. The details are immense yet minimalistic, with premium cotton fabric shell and tweed sleeves, as well as stuffed quilted lining for added warmth. The jacket is limited to 42 pieces and will be available at Kithnyc.com today (Friday) at 11am EST.
Heritage Research has released their Sierra Nevada Ventile Parka for Fall 2011, one that takes inspiration from a 1952 photo printed in A LIFE magazine of Jack Kennedy in the Sierra Nevada mountain range wearing a classic 1950′s military mountaineering parka. It’s got all the proper details like a navy weatherproof Ventile shell, adjustable hood with removable shearling sheepskin lining, military RiRi zip under a double front placket nickel popper closure stormflap and much more. The authentic pivot sleeves allow for climbing while the four front angled hand warmer pockets will give protection when you need it most. The light tan Ventile and wool blanket lining looks tremendous and does a splended job insulating as well.
Libero Ferrero introduces their debut collection, one that unites old world craftsmanship with modern design. The luxury bags and cases feature custom Horween leathers and Holland & Sherry fabrics and a handmade construction to give the brand a signature collection that’s clean and masculine. Brothers Matt, Adam and Peter Lafferty founded Libero Ferrero in homage to their grandfather, the brands namesake, which pays reverence to the creativity, ingenuity and dedication of his generation. From these first looks, we’d say they’re on the right track.
Libero Ferrero can be found at select boutiques in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago as well as online at www.liberoferrero.com. See the exclusive look at their Holiday 2011 lookbook below.
Gant has launched their first in-house fragrance aptly called “GANT”. It’s inspired in part by the New England waters and coastal living lifestyle. Pierre Dinand designed the bottle and pulled inspiration from wicker baskets that cargo ships in the old days used to transport fragile goods. If that wasn’t enough, Gant also commissioned Pierre Wulff to craft this unique fragrance formula. He chose some exclusive ingredients and created a scent that pulls in the freshness and airy sense of the ocean and combined these characteristics with dark woods and tar ropes.
The film below highlights the relationship between the two gifted talents and how they worked together. This cooperation is pretty special in itself as many times this work is very separate. The fragrance is available now exclusively to Gant stores in 26 countries as well as online at gant.com. For now, make a purchase online and you’ll get a .5 oz sample bottle for free.
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.
SeaVees pays homage to ski pioneer Alexander Cushing with the release of the 02/60 5 Eye Trail Boot. Cushing is well known for the securing Squaw Valley as the site for the 1960 Olympic Winter Games and these boots take inspiration from that time. They’re made from aniline leather nourished with oils which will allow it to take on its own look over time. The hand-sewn Moccasin stitch features a heavy, waxed thread while the laces are made from oil stuffed rawhide leather.