Posts Tagged ‘men’s outerwear

First|Løøk: Woolrich Woolen Mills F/W 09

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When I see Woolrich Woolen Mills two words come to mind, “Industrial Chic.” This line was inspired directly by the “working community” in the town that has developed around the mill. Sturdy garments modeled after American hunting and fishing gear made from original textiles with an emphasis on meshing tradition with modern form characterize this line. The construction is solid but the designs are subtely unique because of Japanese designer Daiki Suzuki. If your into tradition, durability and functionality with a twist then you definitely might wanna invest in some exclusive outerwear from this label.


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December 31, 2009 at 8:48 am

Moncler x Thom Browne

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Thom Browne, the man responsible for the reinvention of men’s suits has collaberated with obscure, French outfitter Moncler, for a “meeting of the minds.” That meeting culminated in the creation of the Gamme Bleu collection. The actual mash-up is almost a perfect mixture of each party’s influence. The use of different shades of gray are definitely reminiscent of Thom Browne, and the quilted look is of course Moncler’s influence and area of expertise. With quilted coattails, blazers, tuxedo jackets and suits, you already know this is going to be some of the most exclusive outerwear on the planet…YEZzir.



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March 2, 2009 at 11:47 am