April’s New Brands

  Last week we were not only blessed with a freakishly-strange April heatwave we were also lucky enough to welcome new blood into our brand list. As customary spring weather returns normal play resumes. So, here’s us taking-stock, playing it out brand-by-brand, going through the best of what’s new.             […]

 
Last week we were not only blessed with a freakishly-strange April heatwave we were also lucky enough to welcome new blood into our brand list. As customary spring weather returns normal play resumes. So, here’s us taking-stock, playing it out brand-by-brand, going through the best of what’s new.
 
 
 

 
 

 

Danton is a French heritage brand that has recently re-located to Japan where it is now designed and made. This Parisian brand boast a rich history and even supplied work uniforms to Metro staff and city administrators throughout France in the ‘70s and ‘80s. Today the Danton brand respectfully honours to its French workwear traditions whilst creating functional everyday styles with modern cuts, ‘Made in Japan’ craftsmanship and beautifully-made materials.

 

 

 

The emerging and somewhat mysterious Bristol-based footwear brand Wild Bunch focus on premium materials, crepe soles and top-notch ‘Made in Spain’ craftsmanship. We are delighted to have them in our footwear mix and highly recommend checking out its MST 11 Wally silhouette.

 

 

 

The newly-formed North London brand Les Basics is a contemporary menswear label that specialise in elevated everyday styles. Its collections are designed in London and ‘Made in Portugal’ guaranteeing quality construction and trustworthy clothing. Refined cuts, minimal details and sportswear references can be found throughout the range with a general vibe of understated and ultra-modern.

 

 

 
 
LA-based Jungmaven is a brand born out of activism, built on simplicity and sustainability. Robert Jungmann (formerly of Manastash) established the brand in 2005 and is one of the core leaders of the hemp movement. The Californian brand produce ecologically-sound, super-comfortable premium t-shirts with hemp as the main fabric source and organic cotton making up the other percentage. All Jungmaven t-shirts are handcrafted in the USA and have a dense, rich colour that gets better with each wear. Robert Jungmann believes that hemp clothing has the potential to mitigate climate change and has ambitions to ‘have everyone in a hemp tee by 2020. The Baja 7 oz. Pocket T-Shirt is an easy-wearing style that’s durable, a classic fit and dependable.

Published by Tristan Chidlow

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