This week, we bring you selections from our core US-based one-roof manufacturing brands in a curated collection of simple and sophisticated pieces. Coming in a sleek and subdued palette that underscores the glory of well-crafted classics, we have two black EasyMoc make-ups with subtle contrasting elements to highlight the handsewn nature of these city trekking kicks, three Dehen 1920 collaborations coordinated in Black and Natural, and staple yet inspired shirting from Gitman Vintage for solid bases or patterned accents to various ensembles. This collection hallmarks pieces designed with consideration, harmony, and simplicity at top of mind — made with the rare combination of tradition and material innovation — to provide subtle, luxury heritage goods that will serve for seasons to come.
In our second series of EasyMoc collaborations we have the City Sleuth Pack made with Black leather, coordinated natural detailing, and rare sole combinations to facilitate metro trekking in style and comfort.
Our exclusive Rambler 3-Eye Moc in Horween® Black CXL is designed for day-to-day duty sauntering from the design studio to workshop and on to an art show opening with grace and glide. This collaboration comes in a clean design that’s minimally accented with natural waxed thread for the hand-sewn elements and sail stitch detailing that complements the natural core, single struck dyed grain Black Chromexcel. The result is a sophisticated neutral that will patina warmly with wear.
For everything from tromping the streets to weekend excursions we introduce our Quarter Trek Boot in C.F. Stead® Black Desert Oasis Oiled Suede for a chukka with twists on the traditional. This design has a deconstructed nature highlighted by the reversed sail stitched quarter and hand-sewn back, complemented with contrasting natural thread throughout, antique brass eyelets, a natural veg-tan leather midsole, and a Vibram Honey Lug sole that’s immensely stable, flexible, and comfortable — perfect for engaging the conditions of city to country life.
From our preferred Portland producer of completely vertical knitwear and outstanding outerwear, we have a triumphant trio in a next-level neutral palette. A clean wardrobe essential, the new Carrier Jacket collaboration comes in a cool Black Brisbane Moss® Moleskin for a soft and silky finish on a material with a workwear and military provenance. This heritage jacket is true to the original yet advanced to be something distinct and dependable. The trusted, collected, and well-loved Crissman Overshirt comes in a traditional Harris Tweed® Herringbone twill with a warm Black and Natural palette, highlighting the trademark subtle variations in tone resultant from the dyed-in-the-wool techniques preserved by this special home-treadle looming method from the isles. Lastly, we have a small restock on our Black Collegiate Cardigan with its clean and tailored cut, contrasting Luggage Leather elbow patches, and brown corozo buttons for vintage flair on a future heirloom.
Gitman is back with fall-winter wardrobe fundamentals that allow styling freedom — serving as perfected foundations to intricately layered ensembles or the experimental yet considered doses of color and texture to minimalist outfits. This batch of brilliantly updated button downs features the Alexander Girard Brocade that’s been re-engineered from an original mid-century textile blueprint produced for Herman Miller with precise tones, dimensions, and texture in a beautiful Arabesque woven jacquard. For specialty Japanese loomed staples, we have the indigo dyed Hickory Stripe Denim inspired by railroad uniforms and the Navy Fall Brushed Oxford that boasts a reimagined vintage OCBD character with a high pile and super soft finish. Often missing, but often needed in the arsenal, is a solid saturated shirt — and the Black Overdyed Oxford comes into the mix to provide silver screen inspiration ranging from Spy Game to Walk the Line.