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...
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..…

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.
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…
Restocked: The Herringbone Bush Coverall

Restocked: The Herringbone Bush Coverall

Our Herringbone Bush Coverall is back in stock! Inspired by the Tektite II research program in May of 1970. They are made in small-batch Japanese cotton herringbone. The cuffs and trims are a very special Bedford weave. The Herringbone cloth gets its name from the resemblance the fabric has with...
ARMY GREEN FOR CHANGE.

ARMY GREEN FOR CHANGE.

Lauren explains the significance of wartime for women and how these dark points through history sparked radical change for the future for Vogue’s Style column.
WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO SEAN FLYNN?

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO SEAN FLYNN?

Spring Summer 2018 is a milestone for our friend Nigel Cabourn who is celebrating not only the birth of a new design concept to his body of work, but also 50 years since he started fashion school in 1967 where his life long career and passion kicked off. The context of 1967 plays an incredible role in the domino of events that brought Nigel to where he is now, and in terms of political and cultural impact there are so many factors that played in his pathway.

WE GO BACKSTAGE WITH (RE)VISION SOCIETY.

We all are responsible for our destiny through our many little choices that in fact set us on a future path, a trajectory, if you like. The founders of (re)vision society are thinking in a way that could transform manufacturing and the future of industry into a much more efficient, and realistic model. So we went to see their entire design and manufacturing process to get an idea of how it all works and how the system is bound for collapse.
MATTHEW DOLAN MADE A NEW FLAVOUR FOR GALS LIKE US.

MATTHEW DOLAN MADE A NEW FLAVOUR FOR GALS LIKE US.

Matthew Dolan made a new food-group everyone. He shredded his classic American sandwich up into strips, wove it into a rainbow cake and when you bite into it, you burp unicorns while farting sparkles. The sum of its parts made a whole new thing. It’s workwear for women at its highest evolution.