Tuesday, 29 January 2013
Thursday, 24 January 2013
Thursday, 17 January 2013
It's not often that you find functional outdoors gear that is also sharply cut. Usually form has to make way for function. But Arc'Terex Veilance have managed to pull it off, and that is thanks mainly to head designer Conroy Nachtigall. Here's a chance to discover some of his thinking behind the Vancouver-based brand.
Wednesday, 16 January 2013
It took them a while but Baracuta has finally got its act together and taken a fresh look at its designs. More importantly it has got Kenichi Kusano, the former director of Beams+ on board for this new Ivory collection, which updates the lines with fresh materials and details and keeps the palette simple and classic. The Ivory collection has 15 styles, all of which feature the trademark Fraser tartan in a subtle manner.
Tuesday, 15 January 2013
Nigel Cabourn has been delving around in the annals of sartorial history once more for his autumn / winter 2013 collection, but this time he's come back to ground level.
So gone are the echoes of Scott's expedition to the Antarctic and in come nods to the pastimes of the British aristocracy between 1901 and 1952, in particular the hunting and fishing exploits.
The cuts are smarter by and large, complemented by the addition of Lanificio Cerruti fabrics including a 750g cashmere, available in orange and olive green. The staples however, including thick down parkas and Cameraman Jackets, remain.