Japanese label glamb has dropped looks at their Fall 2011 collection with quite an impressive lineup. The clothes are made in France with highlight pieces like oxford shirts, denim jackets and toggle coats leading the charge.
We’re really come to like glamb over the past few seasons, as they’ve done well delivering gear guys like us would actually want to wear. Take this denim jacket for example. Not only is it made with much detail and dedication in Okayama, but it also comes in a wash that keeps with the changing times. Their 13.5 oz stretch denim blend is cut to give us a slim silhouette alongside durable construction. Design meets function, folks and though we see that quite often these days from our Japanese brethren, of that we’ll never get tired.
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glamb has been known to deliver some great products and their Summer 2010 lookbook proves that they’ve yet to lose their touch. The Japanese brand has crafted some great pieces, all of which you can check out after the jump. There’s a cool atmosphere that jumps out from the collection and I guess the use of a few standout colors here and there really helps. We were first turned to the footwear collection ages ago, but now the label’s now really diversifying itself and the proof is right in front of our very own eyes.
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From Japan comes glamb’s Gibson down jacket. From a distance, it looks like any other down jacket, but when you get close you can see the fine details. For instance, the jacket’s made of lamb leather and it distinguishes itself from the pack with its color and gloss. The cut is slim, just like we need it to be. The pricetag’s about $655, and I think it’s worth every dollar.