This week, we take a step back and chill with the temperatures to match for a release all about taking pieces designed to be dressed up and giving them a more casual persona for an everyday look. With a stylish nonchalance, we bring you De Bonne Facture, Dehen 1920, and Gitman Vintage for a demonstration of how turning back the clock with timeless inspirations can be as relevant as ever. Whether you wish to go cardigan donning for dog walking, get dressed up for coffee grabbing, or are laying back in luxury with Loro Piana, we’ve got a release that will inspire doing daily duties in casual ensembles enriched with a touch of formality. For those hunting hounds of heritage goods made with legacy and craftsmanship, here’s a curated fall collection of amazing additions for any vintage, made-for-now wardrobe.
In typical French forward styles, De Bonne Facture brings some ‘Grandad Hipster’ heat in a heritage palette, made in ethically sourced and impressive woolens that are naturally character rich with a new undyed Ebony Trench, Brown Check Tweed Overshirt, Navy Merino Turtleneck, and the most excellent Wool Fleece Hoodie we’ve ever seen or felt. Just in time for proper sweater weather, we bring one of our longest standing collaboration successes back with the venerable Dehen 1920 Shawl Cardigan in a smokin’ Tobacco, and a restock of the Old-Gold and Natural for the perfect layering piece that can transition to outerwear and will make any outfit simply outstanding. Then, with Gitman Vintage we have two button-downs that bestow individuality and versatility to any wardrobe in the form of a lightweight woven print in commemoration of Man’s Best Friend, and on the flannel-esque side, the Tan Japanese Cotton Tweed Check.