Lookbook A/W 21/22
The autumn-winter lookbook, that is the entry that we couldn't really do without on our blog. This year we've decided to mix the idea of a classic lookbook showing the wide outlook on clothes (like the one we presented the last time) with studio photoshoots which usually show the more "real" side of apparel and clothing. We hope that this mixture falls to your liking.
The bottle green corduroy suit “William”
In our previous collections, we've offered you safari jackets and trousers made of this fabric, and they turned out to be some of our best-selling products (if you want to catch up your size, better hurry!)
This year, to continue our journey with corduroy - a modern version, not associated with the cheesy fashion of 70s or trousers that you wore as a kid - we'd like to offer you a corduroy suit
Two years ago we've introduced the "informal power suit", as a summer garment. This time we reveal a winter one.
Sewn from a thick (370g) Marling & Evans wool, the double breasted chalkstripe suit will do great when used as a base for business attire however thanks to the informal texture of the fabric you won't feel overdressed in other settings.
The two and three-piece Edward suits are the true heralds of the king's return, our bestsellers from two seasons ago. We haven't changed most of the details, including the PoW check, peak lapels, hand hemmed boutonniere. One big change is the fabric itself, much nobler, as suits a king - Loro Piana.
Tweed has also received it's new, refreshed look. Last time it was brown, now a green one, made using the typically british M&E tweed. One of the most casual of offers when it comes to our suits.
Much like the "William", it's a very good idea to use as separates. The jacket will present itself nicely with a pair of dark jeans, the trousers can be coupled with a jacket or a chunkier sweater.
We've begun the lookbook by showing you all of the new suits, shortly after them follows the most iconic winter element of a man's wardrode, the overcoat!
Two raglan coats:
- double breasted model, made with brown Angelico wool,
- a dressing gown lookalike with a belt, made special by the main fabric - a mixture of wool, silk and cashmere weaved by Piacenza. We can safely guarantee that it's the softest coat you've ever touched.
One of the most iconic coats ever imagined - a single breasted, navy chesterfield coat. It's so versatile it can fit virtually any piece from the current collection.
It's main characteristic, despite the versatility, is the fabric it's made of. An incredibly soft to the touch, almost cashmere like, coating wool weaved by the legendary Piacenza 1733 mill.
After the coats it's time to unveil the jackets. Showcasing first, our flag model, the safari jacket.
We've mentioned it many times, so you must know by now how and what with to wear it. If not - take a look at one of the previous entries:
It's made of an entirely undyed pure wool (370g), weaved by M&E.
Last year, Mateusz wrote these words about our military jacket: "The field jacket naturally filled the niche in the brand's offer, while continuing the trend started last year by the safari jacket - yet making a step forward towards outerwear".
"The field jacket is a product that you asked us about the most, "olive is the best!". The choice was made on the Everywear line by Albini Group, a hefty and pleasant to touch cotton finished with a waterproof coating. We have prepared two colour variants; olive and brown."
Here are the cries towards the classic, here are the civilised tastes. This model has retained the most important bits: the versatile olive colour, comfortable box pleats, four spacious snap-fastened pockets and yet with a few sartorial tastes; horn buttons, a cotton tartan lining, nicely hemmed edges.
This year we've two variants: olive and the ever so universal brown!
One of the last jacket proposals of our is the autumn bomber jacket sewn from undyed M&E wool.
The weaving process does not involve any sort of dyes, nor any chemical additives during the processing, while in the finishing only the natural soaps are used. The spinning, weaving and finishing processes are all carried out in Huddersfield, within a radius of eight kilometres between the plants, which help to reduce the carbon footpring to an absolute minimum.
The weight of 370g determines the suitable warmth of the cloth, while the check pattern is an all time classic. Coming out against the fast fashion trends, this jacket should serve you for long years.
Let's get to the sport jackets now. We have 5 models for you - from the most classic and versatile ones (the double breasted blazer or the navy Marlon jacket) to the more unique and hardly found on the market (the Ferla, of the camelhair jacket).
The Baby Camel jacket - the debut of camel hair in our collection. The fabric is a 100% virgin camel wool weaved by Piacenza 1733. It's tough to describe how soft it is to touch, so you can either order it, or see it at one of our stores ;)
The double-breated blazer is one of our favourites <3 The pure wool fabric comes with a natural stretch, comes from the Itravel range by Lanificio Fratelli Cerruti dal 1881.
Navy herringbone Marlon jacket. A classic that needs no introduction!
Undyed wool jacket. Chocolate-creatm check, wide notch lapels and patch pockets. Hard to imagine a more seasonal product.
Ferla (the second!) - after the debut of the producer in our SS collection we've decided to implement it into our FW offer as well. The most interesting part here is the fabric itself, the most autumnish hue encapsulated in the baby alpaca fiber.
The most numerous part of our collection - trousers - 10 models! As expected, you can find the most versatile classics as well as the models for those who want to stand out a little more.
We've also made the naming system of our trousers more transparent, two named variants you can find this season:
- Alfred - two pleats and high rise,
- John - single pleat and a bit lower rise than the predecessor.
If you know that one of these models will fit you, you can be sure about the rest of the variants of the same name. Most people fit into two of these with no problems at all, so no need to worry :)
We haven't forgotten abot the waistcoat fans. The single breasted PoW check is a great alternative for a jacket (or it's highlight). Will excell in casual outfits, for example with flannel trousers or jeans.
To finish it off we have the overshirt for you, another novelty in our offer. A next in our line of clothing inspired by workwear, where the overshirt plays an important pair. 6 pockets (4 external and 2 internal) will charm you with their practicality, the back hanger loop finishing things up, while the corozo buttons add a nice sophisticated touch.