Randolph X W'menswear Capsule Collaboration

Randolph X W'menswear Capsule Collaboration

The Limited Edition C-9 Capsule - “Fearless Women of Flight” Today, on International Day of the Girl, we’re releasing a very special capsule collection in a collaboration with Randolph Engineering. The capsule is made by a female-led team, and honours the courageous women aviators who broke d...
All New Waffle Tops

All New Waffle Tops

Cover Image: Maggie Gee, 86, of Berkeley, left, is shown in an old photo of her time in the WASPs on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2009, in Berkeley, Calif. (File photo by Jane Tyska/Staff) We worked together with a local 4th generation family owned knitting mill in Bangkok to produce these new long sleeve..…
The Mechanical Aid Shirt

The Mechanical Aid Shirt

Today we launch the Mechanical Aid Shirt, our first drop for AW/23. Our friends at Nama Denim made them on vintage workwear machines, just down the road from us. They’re inspired by Maggie Gee; a pilot, researcher, and physicist who served in the Women Airforce Service Pilots during World War II..…
September x W'menswear SS23

September x W'menswear SS23

Introducing the September x W’menswear SS23 collection, our second collection in collaboration with September. The print called 'Evening Storm' is a painting by our designer Lauren. The collaboration includes the 'Paris One Piece', 'Jane Top' and 'Lucky Bottoms' in this print. The swimsuits a...
Natural-Dye Items: Hunting Tees

Natural-Dye Items: Hunting Tees

Since our founding days, we have been working with artisans in our community to produce naturally dyed garments that show our rich history and heritage here in Thailand. This season, we have work with dyers at “Moo Baan Sawang” in Roi Et province to create our vision of hunting camo using an eco-d..…
Let's Talk About Hemp

Let's Talk About Hemp

There are many wonders of hemp, from it being a sustainable crop and a hard working fibre, to the many controversies it has encountered through history, especially during the Vietnam war and the war on drugs in America at that period. Hemp actually has a very long history of being used as a fibre,..…
Introducing SS22:

Introducing SS22: "Surfing Saved our Sanity"

As with every collection, I start with a single question, “what is this experience I find myself living today?” The ‘today’ of late 2020, when initial designs of this collection began to take place, had brought many unforeseen challenges - both personally and on a societal state. I found surfing...
Re-stocked: Freedom Flight Pants

Re-stocked: Freedom Flight Pants

It’s back! We’ve just done a restock on our super popular Good ‘Ol Whats-her-face Freedom Flight Pants. Good 'Ol Whats-her-face is a line by W'menswear, designed to support our community of artisan makers during difficult times, using vintage or repurposed materials. We’ve teamed up with our friends…
The Yin Yang Tee

The Yin Yang Tee

New-in on our site, the W’menswear Yin Yang Shibori Tee is part of our AW21 collection and is made from superior Japanese knitted cotton by our favourite knitwear mill in Wakayama, of Kansai Provence. The knit is quite special, as they are produced on “Tsuri” knitting machines, which is a slower...

SPECIAL CAMOUFLAGE BY SPECIAL PEOPLE.

We followed Nigel Cabourn and Emilie Casiez to the Halley Stevensons Oilcloth Factory in Dundee, Scotland, where together we produced a special hand painted camouflage fabric for AW18.
The Landing Shirt

The Landing Shirt

The W'menswear Landing Shirt has been constructed in a lightweight woven cotton and screen printed in the traditional method in Japan. The front panel is cotton Panama cloth, developed by the British military during WWII for tropical climates. This shirt keeps you cool and fresh in hot and humid w..…
Doing things for the long run

Doing things for the long run

I’m sure that by now the concept of “sustainability” in the fashion industry isn’t anything new or unheard of, in fact the idea of it has become a part of many brands' values and embedded as the ethical shopping mantra for customers. Fast-fashion is slowly becoming redundant as more consumers swap o…