Stone Island gives us looks from their S/S 2013 collection. The Italian label’s known for making jackets that are designed to perfection with plenty of detailing and functionality to match. This season’s goods are spread across a wide color palette with shades of red, blue and green featured through the collection.
From Montreal-based Raised by Wolves comes their Lunar Cycle Varsity Jacket for F/W ’12. Every year, it seems there’s always one standout varsity that catches everyone’s attention and we think this is 2012′s equivalent to GANT Rugger’s Homerun Jacket of 2010. The subtle and well-thought-out details on this one make it a must-have piece because we’re just not sure we’ll see one like it for quite sometime. It’s made in the good ol’ US of A by Ebbets Field Flannels and features felt appliqué patches and letterings. The melton wool body sits well with the leather sleeves while the interior of the body is Ripstop NyCo MultiCam lined.
Alexander Wang drops this double breasted pea coat for F/W 2012. The coat’s got an all-black wool shell with asymmetric paneling which Wang dubs “shattered patchwork”. Key areas of the coat are also fitted with leather detailing. Expect the fine details to go along way with the top-level craftsmanship we’ve come to expect from Alexander Wang. This coat can be had through RESTIR in Japan as well as other select retailers.
You may have seen these shots floating around already but with the temperatures really beginning to drop and Hurricane Sandy now passing, we thought it best to give you all a look at Penfield’s offerings for the current season. The New England brand continues to deliver top-notch product for the winter with impeccably crafted outerwear in an array of extremely wearable colorways. The lookbook was captured at Camp Wandawega with styling by Christine V. Mitchell. Por Homme-friend Ryan Plett was behind the lens for this one.
Catch Penfield‘s F/W 2012 offerings online as well as through select stockists worldwide.
S.E.H Kelly has introduced their first-ever reversible jacket that features a wool shell sourced from a mill in West Yorkshire, and real horn buttons from the Midlands. See this as two four-button jackets made with complementary shades of wool-tweed that’s dry and warming. Both sides have a small rounded collar. The jacket’s lighter side has light horn buttons; the other side has dark ones. The jacket delivers on all fronts and also features hidden, in-seam slouch pockets that deliver added coverage for your hands.
Norse Store has taken stock of some fine product from Junya Watanabe MAN for the fall and winter months ahead. The standout piece is part of the designer’s collaborative effort with Gloverall. As always, attention to detail is paramount with this piece, bringing together impressive tailoring and materials. Available now for $2,077 through Norse Store.
Nigel Cabourn and Eddie Bauer have teamed up once again, this time bringing us more inspiration from Eddie Bauer’s historical archives. The American brand has an immense warehouse of designs and Mr. Cabourn was able to swift through to find some amazing fabrics and classic designs that we’re really glad to see come to fruition. Beyond the archives, the collection is also inspired by vintage hunting and fishing styles, something that’s quite prevalent throughout the offerings. Quilted coats, waxed cotton vests with fur lined detachable hoods, and down filled parkas are all designed and constructed with the uncompromising quality that has become synonymous with the Nigel Cabourn brand (consider that the down filled parkas are stuffed by hand and require more than five hours of production work to complete each garment). Winter, here we come. The pieces are available now at Roden Gray. More shots below.
Korean label Wooyoungmi offers their take on the classic peacoat, delivering it in a wool-blend shell that’s got a hint of cashmere. Available in camel brown, the coat features wide lapels and a stand collar for a modern silhouette. Available now at MR PORTER.
RRL’s latest batch of stock is looking pretty exceptional across the board but here’s a standout from the impressive lineup. The label’s Wool Sports Jacket takes inspiration from an old school varsity jacket from the 1930′s and comes in a herbal green finish. The branding is minimalistic while the details are quite immense The rugged wool-blend twill makes this a Fall season must cop, especially given the limited numbers produced.
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.