Collaborations and Releases with Ten C, Private White VC, Gitman Vintage, Reigning Champ, and wings+horns
As the days get longer and the air warms, we bring you a palpable spring palette in lighter, purposeful garments that offer layering potential as fantastic wardrobe additions for the season and beyond. With a standard military-inspired and vintage backbone, this arsenal of styles has a universal utility that will easily translate into coordinated ensembles, substantial in nature. Coming from brands that are manufacturers first, this is a collection of goods made for our Division Road militia who revel in the subtleties of truly special pieces inspired by the classics and made to last.
First, the extraordinary Ten C brings you three staple outerwear styles infused from military originals in their proprietary OJJ fabric that is highly technical and waterproof yet evolves similar to traditional heritage materials like selvedge denim or waxed canvas in that it molds to the body and patinas through prolonged and heavy wear to yield new-classics for an avant-garde army. Pulled from the Private White archives, we have a selection of signature British military-inspired outerwear pieces that bring weather-ready fabrics to stunning fruition in the considered designs of the Ventile Mac, Moleskin Bomber, and a new Revere Field Jacket.
From Gitman, we have a new Division Road collaboration in another exclusive fabrication of a Slub Poplin that's paired with a pair of Japanese Archive Madras fabrics, which will wear in to exude that splendid vintage button-down vibe. Then, we have some bootcamp basics in a subdued Sage and Khaki palette from Reigning Champ's Physical Readiness Training (PRT) capsule collection that are sure to kick you into definitive seasonal style. Finally, wings+horns brings us a small restock on their made in Canada Tokyo Pants that encapsulate their approach of producing modern cuts with heritage details in their unique yet purposeful fabric developments to create new essentials with a sense of the past.