Daiki Suzuki the designer behind engineered garments is back with another incredible collaboration. This time, the brand has joined forces with American-founded shoe maker, Sebago. The approach for this collaboration has been for Engineered Garments to use their unique twists of design, style and silhouettes on the iconic boat shoe from Sebago. The collection features full grain leather, suede and asymmetrically textured uppers, and Vibram EVA soles. This approach has resulted in a bold new take of the silhouette that encompasses both brands perfectly. Another key inspiration force was Suzuki wanting to take a chance on reshaping a classic American style and updating it to match the current times. This inspiration has not only translated into fabric choice and design, but also the comfort this new shoes will provide the wearer - exceptional, all day comfort.
Sergio Tacchini will forever be an iconic brand – the logo alone brings you a sense of nostalgia along with the appreciation of the design, quality and style. The heritage athletics brand has long represented authenticity, craftmanship and classic design. Founded in 1966 by the Tennis champion Tacchini himself, the brand soon propelled into the spot light and their bold colour choice only set them apart from other brands that all followed an all white aesthetic for traditional sportswear.
Inspired by Karhu’s original casual footwear design Finnish footwear brand Karhu is rich in athletic heritage and innovative design, utilising its sporting history and archive to build a classic casual footwear offering that is synonymous with expertise, quality and craftsmanship. The Karhu Trampas first appeared in the 1960s as a running shoe designed with a focus on more regular training needs in mind. The introduction of design details including a more padded heel collar and better arch support, paved the way for the Trampas to be worn by both Finnish... Read More
Iconic UK outerwear designer Nigel Cabourn has one passion that borders on obsession: camo prints! For his new Spring 21 collaboration, he decided to dig deep into his own archives. This time, he revived the “crazy-camo” all-over-print that he designed in the 1980s.....
From a young age Yuki Matsuda, the founder and head designer of Monitaly was inspired by early Americana designs, particularly those from the 1950s and was soon an avid collector of heritage Americana clothing. He was interested in American vintage as there was a closer attention to detail on the use of quality fabrics, however, he frequently altered the pieces as he found the shapes of the clothes to be at times odd and unflattering. Eventually, he decided to cut his losses and make his own clothing with the same quality materials but with more updated and modern silhouettes. Since 1989, he has been designing clothing that is focused on updating these vintage
Karhu goes back all the way to 1916. Since then, the brand has innovated trainer and apparel silhouettes each and every season. Although the brand adapts to new trends, the Karhu Originals still give a nod to their heritage. Uniquely, Karhu does not just recreate silhouettes from the past, they use them as a foundation to then adapt to meet their current standards and aims. The brand first became known for its record breaking running trainers.
After a year in the works, C17 Jeans have announced their brand new denim collection, fresh for SS21. The full collection is set for release in mid-April, in the meantime here’s everything you need to know about the exciting new denim release.