The sands of time keep slipping away. Just when you got used to summer, the nights are drawing in and the leaves are starting to fall. This shouldn’t be a surprise – it happens every year – but still, this season changing malarkey takes a bit of getting used to.
With autumn finally here, here’s what’s warming our collective cockles…
Starting things off with a bit of a bang, we’ve been hard at work with Norse Projects on a whole host of things. We’re not going to give the game away just yet, but catamaran owners should be pleased.
Here’s a pretty unhelpful photo from behind the wizard’s curtain.
We’ve also done something pretty exciting with the American work-wear wonder-weavers at Lee. We can’t say much, but we can say this… CORDUROY. Make of that what you will. Keep an ear to the ground (or better yet, sign up to our newsletter).
In new name news, we’re pretty into this Satta stuff. Some of you might be familiar with this lot, but for those unawares, they make real laid-back workwear stuff for modern life. Earthy tones… functional details… more hemp than a weekend at Womad… very decent.
And then there’s this smock. What is it? Who makes it? Where does it come from? What goes in those pockets? What shade of green is that? How did we manage to make the hood stand up like that?
More news on this beauty fairly soon.
And what do we need to say about this Stone Island cap? Shiny fabric and floppy ears never looked so good. If Holden Caulfield was an extra in Starship Troopers…