Well, the wait’s over as Bill Yan‘s collaboration with Sebago and Ronnie Fieg is finally seeing the light of day. The collaboration’s standout shoe is the DT High which comes in an all grey suede body with matching color laces and a red bottom sole. It’s limited to 48 pairs and will be available tomorrow, December 23rd at 10am EST, exclusively through David Z. (online and in-store).
We’ve seen alot of gift guides pop up and I’m sure you’ve peeped some of them. Last year, we dropped our first-ever gift guide and it was well received (for the most part) but we’ve really dug deep this time around. Before we get this fun started, I have to say there are alot of gems in here, folks and I’m not talking “Oh you fancy, huh?” gems. Some stuff is more affordable than others but all-in-all we’ve zoned in on quality.
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Just in time for this cold weather (and of course the Holidays), Los Angeles-based Aether Apparel has released some fine winter accessories to help us get through the coldest of days. Atop the list is Aether’s 100% cashmere hat which features a fisherman’s rib stitch. It’s available in a black or charcoal finish. The company’s latest scarf is a great pickup as it’s made from a two-layer construction and is reversible with contrasting colors. The scarf’s also 100% cashmere and comes in a charcoal/black or charcoal/navy color combination.
The standout piece from Aether’s latest batch of accessories has to be their first ever travel bag. It’s waterpoof, resistant to extreme temperatures, abrasion and cracks, and is made from heavy duty composite material normally used on skirts of hovercraft vehicles. Yes, hovercrafts.
These fine products alongside the rest of Aether Apparel’s fall collection, are available now online and in select retailers.
On the heels of its 35th Anniversary year, Penfield has teamed up with rag & bone for a brand new, limited edition set of two men’s winter coats for Holiday 2010. The Penfield for rag & bone Mallory down jacket is based on Penfield’s classic Rockford silhouette and comes in two colorways, with updated fabrication and subtle design details created to complement and combine both brands’ distinctive, rugged aesthetic.
The Mallory’s available in black thornproof wool with contrasting corduroy shoulder yoke in black as well as a deep khaki shell with a dark olive cord shoulder yoke. Both jackets are lined with brown plaid, two front chest pockets, two lower welt pockets and custom co-branding on the inside.
Look for the Mallory jackets to hit select shops worldwide later this month and retail for $695 each. Some of the spots to find it include all rag & bone boutiques in NYC, their Tokyo flagship, Colette in Paris as well as online at Oki-Ni. This isn’t the first time the two iconic labels have teamed up and from looking at their success in the past, we doubt it’ll be the last.