Kapital SS18

5/4/2018 12:48 PM

Kapital & Kapital Kountry SS18

Japanese label Kapital have delivered a selection of their signature goods and alongside it their re-crafted Kapital Kountry range.

Blending traditional Japanese techniques such as boro patchwork within a selection of their Pojagi Remake Tote, and Milk Bag. The same re-crafting techniques come through the range in the form of their 2 Tone Big Sweats. All three sweats feature a mismatched front and back panelling, giving us a unique finish to the Knit Military, Rayon Quilting, and Denim Patchwork.

Utilising natural indigo dyes and hues, The label dish out some immaculate and unique garments with their Jubbahn Shirts, Hiyoku Cardigan, all ready to be worn individually or layered up for the colder weather ahead.

This season we see the return of Kapital’s signature Ring Coat in a classic rinse washed denim, as well as knit lambswool complete with smile patch. With these the Ringoman Coverall makes an appearance in a richly overdyed indigo.

Lastly, and surely not least, Kapital’s ever-growing range of bandanas feature vibrant winter olympic inspired imagery as well as traditional navajo and patchwork variations.

Head on over after the jump to peer into this season’s looks and head in store to our Level 1/15 McKillop Street location as well as online to look at all of the finer details first hand...

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Bleu De Paname FW17

10/23/2017 8:35 AM

Everybody’s favourite French workwear specialists Bleu De Paname have delivered their latest selections for the season. Kicking it all off for the season, Bleu De Paname have delivered a series of crewneck sweats combining military utility pouches and pockets from outerwear with fleece to give us the Sweat Combat in Kaky, and Indigo. Keeping it together with two more crewneck sweats, BDP bring the velvety feel and finish of the peaches skin to the long sleeve cut with the Sweat Peau De Peche in Bleu, and Chocolat.

A little bit of washed denim wraps around the Chemise Sous Mariner Button Down. The light indigo finished shirt takes on two utility pockets reinforced placket detailing, and the finishing touch of metal buttons. These all sit alongside something for your legs with the Pant Suedois. Coming to us in Brun, and Marine, the classic cut pant is wrapped in corduroy and ready to be added to your wardrobe. Rounding out the range, Bleu De Paname offer a range of classic melange socks with the Chaussettes Indigo, and Rouge as well as a clean cut straight Indigo pair, cause lets face it you can never have too many socks.

The range is now available both in store at our Level 1/15 McKillop Street location as well as online. For a detailed look at the latest arrivals from BDP continue reading after the jump...

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3sixteen have delivered their latest selection of American manufactured goods. With the sole aim of producing the highest quality clothing and accessories through state-side manufacturing. Their products are built with a focus on lasting construction, attention to detail and subtle marks of craftsmanship.

The new delivery features two shirting options…the crosscut flannel is a modern take on traditional western shirts, it features a vintage-style course weave fabric with brushed interior for a soft hand and added comfort. Whilst the long sleeve workshirt showcases detailing reminiscent of vintage counterparts. The shirt features a slim fit, cigarette pocket, and double needle chainstitch runoffs. For Spring/Summer 2017, they chose a lightweight waffle knit plaid woven in Japan.

Outerwear hasn’t been forgotten….The stadium Jacket is a slim cut baseball jacket. A lightweight version that can be worn in the warmer months. Featuring a copper YKK double zip. Whilst the BDU shirt is a new style for 3sixteen this season. Hailing from the Vietnam war era BDU’s, incorporating an updated fit and trademark 3sixteen detailing.

To witness the craftsmanship and attention to detail for yourself, head online or in-store for the latest.

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French contemporary workwear specialists Bleu De Paname have delivered their latest selections for the season. Giving us a series of wardrobe staples mixed with archival classics and a little hint of that signature ‘Bleu’ we’ve come to know and love from the label. This season starts it all of with the wardrobe classic Chemise Bureau, coming to us in a rinsed Indigo Chambray alongside a classic White Oxford. Sitting alongside the shirting selections are an archival take on a classic 1950’s naval pant with the Suedois. The pants come to us in Bleu, and Olive with the relaxed cut taking shape with a dual pleats, and triangular pocket flaps before running through a rinsed wash to finish the fabric off.

A little bit of indigo makes its way into the collection with a series of patchwork workwear staples. The Veste Standard, and Pant De Travail takes on an over-dyed hue of deep blue merging the mixture of fabric panels in a series of shades, textures, and patterns in a marriage of contemporary and classic. Finishing off this season’s selections, Bleu De Paname have collaborated with French graffiti artist Pablo Cots for a series of lightweight cotton tees and crewneck sweats. Each of the prints draw inspiration from French artist and illustrator Francisque Paulbot blending his rose cheeked characters in ‘Teddy Boy’ fashions.

The full selections from this season’s Bleu De Paname collections are now available in store at our Level 1/15 McKillop Street store as well as online. For a closer look at each piece, head on over the jump for detailed imagery…

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orSlow Fall/Winer 2016

10/28/2016 11:04 AM

Japan’s orSlow have delivered their specialty deprived blend of military and workwear garments from yesteryear with their latest collection.

Kicking their season off with their US Army Tropical Coat. Wrapped in a ripstop cotton each jacket is covered with 4 front flap utility pouch pockets much like the traditional military garments that inspired the garment. Sitting alongside is the Riders Cotton Jacket in Beige, featuring snap front closure and utility pouch pockets each jacket is finished with an accenting corduroy collar.

Delivering a series of wardrobe staples with their classic Button Down Shirts, orSlow deliver both Chambray and White Cotton variations to keep you covered. Crafted from soft hand-feel cottons, each shirt features a single chest pocket with v-stitch detail and curved hem ready to be worn tucked or untucked. Taking on a sailor stripe for the season is their Boat Neck Cut & Sewn and Border T-Shirt. Both t-shirts feature a classic indigo stripe atop their respectable ecru and grey backgrounds. Keeping your heads covered with their US Navy Hats in Khaki and Denim. These rinsed wash bucket hat silhouettes feature a heavy-duty rinsed wash fabric before accenting stitching runs constantly around the brim of each hat.

Not forgetting your legs, orSlow have delivered their signature range of 105 Standard Denim. The duo both come washed, with a rich ‘one wash’ rinse and ‘two year’ wash with some distress giving variation to the indigo and washed out white beneath. Both pairs are crafted from richly textured Japanese selvedge denim and finished with heavy-duty cast hardware. Last and certainly not least, orSlow have a military inspired US Army Fatigue Pant crafted from high-thread count sateen cotton and tonal stitching before an overlay of utility pockets are added. Their French Workwear Pants are crafted from a khaki herringbone twill cotton with a button fly and elasticised waste band to compliment the pants relaxed fit.

This season’s selections from osSlow are now available in store at our Level 1/15 McKillop Street store as well as online. For all of the finer details of this season’s collection, continue reading after the jump.

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Bleu De Paname

10/7/2016 9:55 AM

French workwear enthusiasts Bleu De Paname have delivered their latest range of heritage inspired garments for the season. Their latest offerings to grace our shelves have us covered with a series of their signature outerwear pieces, shirting, jerseys, knits and pants. One of the key pieces from this season’s ranges takes strong inspirations from Japanese garments with their Indigo Kimono. The wooden 3/4 knit takes all of the characteristics from the traditional garment and combine them with a knit cardigan to produce one of our favourite pieces to date.

Their outerwear selections for the season take on the well-known coaches jacket silhouette with the Veste De Coach in Marine. Much like the traditional coaches jacket, but cut from premium cotton twills and finished with press stud front closure and welted pouch pockets. Sitting alongside is the Veste Magasinier, coming to us in Marine, this workwear take on the traditional bomber jacket is crafted from heavy-duty cotton twill with utilitarian pockets donning the front before finishing off with ribbed collar and antiqued zip front closure.

Subtle stripes and checks take over Bleu De Panama’s Chemise’s for the season. The classic Chemise 2 Poches comes wrapped in an indigo check with stripes of red laced throughout. Expertly crafted from soft cotton fabrics the two chest pocket shirt sits neatly aside the striped renditions of the Chemise Bureau. Coming to us in Blanc and Ciel, each of the shirts are minimalist variations of the classic button down stripped of all pockets and finished with Bleu De Panama’s signature woven emblem. The long sleeves continue through the collection with lightweight knitted sweaters in the form of the Tricot Nod D’Abeille in Ecru and Marine. Wrapping the traditional crewneck sweat in velvet gives us the Sweat Peau De Peche in Indigo both soft and warm, and ready to be layered under or over. The Mariniere comes to us in Indigo and as the name suggests the long sleeve garment takes notes from the traditional maritime striped uniform staple taken to the next level with exquisite fabrics and finite finishes.

Finishing off the range with a selection of printed jerseys and pants, Bleu De Paname offer us their name in a classic typeset atop their Sweat Chine in Ecru. The Tee Pied De Biche comes to us in Ecru with a rendition of the usual sickle motif taking form of a expertly drawn crowbar. Rounding it all off with some coverage for your legs with the Corduroy Pant Confort in Marine, and Pant Civile in Ecru.

The entirety of this season’s range is now available both in store and online with a closer look at select pieces from the range after the jump.

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Vetra French Workwear

8/25/2016 9:01 AM

Founded in Paris in 1927, Vetra has been manufacturing Authentic workwear in France for 89 years. To this day, the company still manufactures their garments in France having supplied uniforms to the French military, countless tradesman, and now supplying our shelves with their proud heritage of high quality garments.

Their Workwear Jackets utilise heavy cotton dungaree twills, naturally dyed to give us a Khaki, and Navy finish. These sit alongside an overdyed Herringbone rendition of the same jacket with the natural dyes bringing out the texture of the chosen herringbone in both Khaki, and Navy. Based on the classic chore coat, each of the Workwear Jackets feature a standard collar, three exterior pockets, and one pocket amongst the unlined interior.

This season’s selections from Vetra are now available in store and online with all of the finer details after the jump.

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