Following our preview of Haversack’s SS11 collection not too long ago, here’s a look at the brand’s AW10 collection, which should start arriving at stores right about now. The menswear collection is made up of three lines: the Haversack label, inspired by military uniform, the Haversack General Garments with its nautical wear and the Haversack Attire label which is influenced by a more elegant look. Definitely one of our top favorite Japanese brands.
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The new, 5th Journal de Nîmes is out today and this time the theme revolves around British brands. The publication includes an interview with Nigel Cabourn at his Newcastle residence, a review of new British denim label Tender and a ‘very personal denim interview’ with Miles Johnson, head designer of the Levi’s XX department among other stories. Go on and flip through the digital version above, or, if you’re in Amsterdam stop by the store to get the paper edition.
Selected images from Journal de Nîmes Nº5 after the jump
Our friends at Edwin Europe kept to their element for the shoot of their SS11 presentation, the latest in the brand’s non-conforming, independent spirited lookbooks. The ‘models’, Edwin guys’ friends and family, were photographed wearing the next spring collection in their natural habitat, allowing for a relaxed and casual lifestyle to come through. The photographs were not retouched, leaving the imperfections of life and dust present – a clear reference to the philosophy behind the brand’s core product – denim. Keeping it real, that’s the way we like it… take a look.
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Designed to wear into “a live abstract work of art” or a blueprint of the wearer’s daily habits, Denham’s ‘Virgin’ (raw) Denim concept is born out of authentic, OTAKU, Americana Jeans. 5 pocket jeans in the simple form, cut from narrow loom Japanese & Italian selvedge cloth. Branding is kept pure and fresh with white cowhide patch and under stitched white Tyvek care instructions. Also available in 11oz (Teflon coated) grey and black denim.
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