Copenhagen’s Norse Projects and Manchester-based retailer Oi Polloi have teamed up for this burnt orange military inspired anorak. The detailed shots below highlight the jacket’s waterproof shell and just make us want this jacket more than we already do. Find the jacket at Shelta and Oi Polloi.
A.P.C. takes the classic fishtail parka and adds a removable lining for added versatility while maintaining the piece’s timeless appeal and detailing. There’s a drawstring hood and hem which makes it more adjustable and the Wool/Ramie/Nylon shell makes it proper for any weather.
One of the finest blazers we’ve seen for the fall comes from Isaia. Dubbed the Doubleface “Aqua Cashmere” blazer, this two-button masterpiece is “exquisitely tailored in the Italian tradition” and has all the proper detailings we’ve come to expect from the Neapolitan master.
Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen happens to be one of our favorite labels right now as the designer offers up wearable pieces at an affordable price point time and time again. They’ve teamed up with Ronnie Fieg’s new store, Kith, to make this cotton baseball jacket that features a navy body with sleeves and pocket detailing that match Fieg’s “Salmon Toe” ASICS. Only 54 jackets were made and will release on September 30 at 11 am EST to coincide with the release of the “Salmon Toe” ASICS. 24 of the pieces will be available in-store at Kith, while the remaining 30 will be up for grabs online at kithnyc.com. It’s priced at $220 USD.
Here’s one of our favorite offerings from visvim for the upcoming Fall 2011 season. The red GORE-TEX shell takes inspiration from a classic M-65 military jacket and also features a drawstring over sized collar with a packable hood for added detail and function. Look for this jacket to be available through select visvim retailers this week as well as through F.I.L. locations in Asia.
The cold weather hasn’t hit the Northeast just yet but we’re sure there are some of you out there that have already experienced the brisk chills. Consider Acne’s Kiruna jacket as a top-notch companion for the winter months ahead as it’s got all the makings of a winter-time essential. It features a zip through front that’s concealed by button fastening and a twin button closure at the neck for added insulation, topped off with a drawstring hood, inside drawstring ties at the waist, two concealed zip chest pockets, two lower front pockets with button flap closure, drawstring hem and contrast lining.
Mastermind Japan looks promising for the upcoming Fall/Winter seasons with this unstructured blazer leading the charge. The black cotton shell features a white spotted texture, peaked lapels, a patch breast pocket, two front patch pockets, all topped off with a three-button closure. What else could you want as you transition into the colder months ahead?
C.P. Company’s Google jacket from seasons past has received its own theme collection this time around with a few jackets in the lineup as well as a knitted cap to top things off. They feature oil waxed canvas shells and high-density nylon materials. Prices range from $163 USD for the knit cap to $1,555 for some of the jackets. Look for the collection at select stockists worldwide.
Burberry London offers up their iconic trench coat in a wool-blend shell for the fall. The berry red finish makes it an essential piece for cooler months ahead as it will add some much-needed color to a normally mute season. The trench features epaulettes, cuff straps, double-breasted front, two front pockets and buttoned back pleat.
Nigel Cabourn collaboration with Eddie Bauer for the upcoming Fall/Winter 2011 seasons was one of the most sought-after collections from this past January’s Pitti Uomo. The collaboration pieces have been designed alongside Cabourn, drawing on their archive classics and produced in Canada using the techniques and experience used back in the day.
The final product is very limited but we’ve sighted the first batch in the form of EB’s Canadian vest at Superdenim. Available in both an orange check and olive, the Canadian vest is based on a military design. The olive shell features a lightly waxed cotton outer that’s hand filled with goose down and packed tight to give amazing insulation and quality finishing with Tweed details and a Coyote fur collar to finish things off. The orange check comes with a Harris Tweed outer and cotton quilted inner with fine details like the calf skin shoulder yolk and a Coyote fur collar similar to that of the olive shell to complete the piece.