The S/S 19 outerwear collection

2019-04-30
The CollectionFor spring/summer 19 we introduce an outerwear collection where old classics give rise to new timeless interpretations.
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For spring/summer 19 we introduce an outerwear collection where old classics give rise to new timeless interpretations.


Just in time for spring, we introduced our take on classic outerwear including a car coat in sturdy cotton, a sporty parka and a M65 military field jacket. The collection stays true to our original fascination for American and Italian menswear, especially military apparel and sportswear.

The outerwear reflects our ambition to create an updated yet timeless collection, consisting of garments that can be worn throughout the years without losing its given place in the wardrobe.

The M65 Field Jacket.

The collection includes a 1960’s-inspired M65 field jacket, with details such as bellow pockets, an adjustable elastic waist cord, a YKK zipper and hidden white metal snap buttons.

The Car Coat, here seen in Olive.

The Car coat comes in a generous silhouette with raglan sleeves, that gives room for individual expression. Our ambition has been to make it work as well with a t-shirt and sweatpants, as to help break off a more dressed look.

The parka.

Our take on the parka offers multiple uses – use it as a spring coat, jacket, or a protective layer to a suit, blazer or overshirt.


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