Woolrich Woolen Mills

Preppy to Travellers Wear: Woolrich Woolen Mills 2013 S/S lookbook

Woolrich Woolen Mills Men’s Spring/Summer 2013 Lookbook For over 180 years Woolrich has been producing beautiful outdoor-inspired clothing. And now with the release of Mark McNairy’s Woolrich Woolen Mills men’s pre-winter 2012-2013 lookbook consisting of preppy and slightly retro inspired looks, consisting of travellers wear, from the headwear to the repeated appearance of the cargo pants. Tartan, digi-camo, seersucker, checks, stars and stripes all feature in relaxed versions of more formal garments, blazers, button’s downs, bowties and all you can see in  rucksacks, bags and  more than suitable for comfortable... Read More

Woolrich – Real Ikat Fabric – New In

Woolrich isn’t a company that needs any introductions. The company has been around since 1830 and known for making the best of the best original outdoor. This Woolrich has just landed in store today. The fine fabric is “real ikat fabric” basically this means the fabric has been made by Artisanal Dyeing and weaving technique used in the south pacific region and part of the long textile tradition of those islands. Originating from the Indonesian words for “Knot” to “To Bind”. Ikat is a traditional technique found throughout India to... Read More

Woolrich Woolen Mills: Embraces the Outdoor Lifestyle

Woolrich Mens Designer clothing UK After fulfilling a 5-year long tenure as the creative director for American-heritage label, Daiki Suzuki will now leave the future of the company in the hands of Mark McNairy, a talented designer in his own right, who had previously worked for the likes of J.Press where he served to infuse a lot of Ivy League style into the clothes that he made. The rugged, woodsman aesthetic which Suzuki helped resurrect, is a far cry from what McNairy is usually accustomed to.  Every single piece of... Read More