Made in Italy from 100% Italian cotton and inspired by the Italian riveriera and ‘La Bella Vita’ these shirts are woven in a light, open weave to give you that breezy feel to keep you cool on those long summer days.
Inspired by the seaside town of the same name on the East coast of Italy that founders Jack Sofier and Alex Pyser visited on holiday some time in the 1970s. When they were there they couldn’t help but notice how effortlessly cool some of the local residents of the town looked.
A piece known for its versatility and effortless French chic that forgoes fashion trends. The nautical inspired colours, cotton construction, and of course, the 21 stripes (each one apparently representing one of Napoleon’s victories). A favorite of Pablo Picasso and Coco Chanel, few items sum up French pride and stylistic prowess more than the Breton shirt.
At some point in the 1970s, Mike ‘Gramicci’ Graham, the founder of outdoor and climbing gear gone streetwear icon brand Gramicci, took part in an ‘all-Italian’ ascent of the formidable Half Dome in Yosemite National Park, California. Directly following the climb, Mike was inspired and decided to take on the nickname ‘Gramicci’.
The brainchild of Engineered Garments founder Daiki Suzuki who from a young age has had a deep affinity with the outdoor lifestyle and would often do everything he could to get outside and engage in outdoor activities when growing up in his home city of Hirosaki, Japan.
From its humble beginnings in Paris, A.P.C has grown into a global brand and has notched up successful collaborations with the likes of Carhartt, Supreme, Brain Dead, and even the self-proclaimed Louis-Vuitton-Don; one of the most recognised, and adored figures in the fashion world – Kanye West. A.P.C are a brand which is known for its minimalist approach to design. One of the first items which really encapsulated that design approach is the A.P.C tote bag. It’s now iconic ‘A.P.C’ logo in an understated bold white or black font, can... Read More
We are bringing New Balance back for SS20 and part of our first drop is the ‘Year Of The Rat’ collection. Featuring three different models, the 1500, 670 and 577, all of them benefit from a Made in UK hallmark, which is testament to the impressive quality of each shoe. The 1500 takes its colour cues from a black rat, featuring a black pigskin upper with brown and white detailing throughout. The inner tongue features a graphic of the black rat as well as a red insole celebrating Chinese Year... Read More