New Arrivals: February Top Picks
We’re up to our eyeballs in hot off the press Spring Summer gear and surprise, Surprise It’s all exceptionally nice. Whether AMI’s your thing, you have a sweet spot for a good pair of trainers or you just can’t contain yourself at the sight of a compass patch, if you want it, we’ve more than likely got it. So, in the spirit of fairness, we thought we’d bring you a comprehensive list of some of the pulse-raising clobber you can currently get your hands on as well as some of the stuff that’s soon to be up for grabs.
This new iteration of the classic Albam zip-up sweatshirt certainly stole some looks when it came through our doors. Made from their quality signature cotton loopback in both a navy and ecru colourway, it features panelling to the elbows, a handy front kangaroo pouch and elasticated cuffs for a better fit. Not only that, but thanks to it’s half-zip, funnel neck combination it provides some interesting layering options. Wear it under a lightweight coat, pair it with a nice button up shirt or wear them both on top of one another, you can’t really go wrong when you’re wearing a sweat this nice.
Who doesn’t love a jacket with loads of zips and pockets? No one that’s who and these CP Company jackets are exactly why. Made from the brand’s unique multifilament nylon that’s undergone the mystical CP garment dyeing process it features a 4-pocket utilitarian design that’s perfect for keeping personal possessions and old bus tickets safe. Lightweight, breathable, water resistant and available in both a red and blue you can find the iconic goggles to the hood and both a half-zip and full-zip entry options. If someone asked you to sum up CP Company in jacket form this is more than likely what you’d come up with.
What can we say about these trousers from Oliver Spencer? Well, for starters they have a relaxed casual fit with a slight taper and cropped length that’s perfect for contemporary styling. On top of that, they also come made from a mid-weight cotton that not only lends itself perfectly to the earthy olive colourway but embeds the trousers with some robust, long-lasting qualities. Finished with the addition of a side patch pocket to one leg for some workwearesque details they will be available very soon so keep eyes peeled and fingers at the ready.
Another of our favourites when it comes to things you wear on your legs. Aptly named the job trousers this latest offering from APC continues on the workwear theme boasting a straight cut, patch pockets to the sides and a trusty hammer loop. Made from a soft, lightweight Italian cotton drill the true star of the show here is undeniably the visually pleasing striped pattern embedded from seam to seam. If you’re looking to impress the gaffa these are the trousers to do it. Coming very soon along with a matching, similarly delightful overshirt.
Next on our ones to look out for list is this corker from AMI. Featuring a number of modern shakeups to the classic scrum-ready formula including a bold stitched panel striped design, a super boxy cut and contrast AMI logo proudly to the chest it promises to be a firm favourite no matter your sporting preference.
Not only does the distinct colour of this Stone Island overshirt remind us of a fresh lemon sorbet but it arguably presents just about the same melt in the mouth qualities. Made from a brushed cotton canvas that’s garment-dyed using the OLD effect, that Stone Island describes to us mere mortals as providing a vintage-inspired worn-in look, the overshirt comes with a zip and patch chest pocket as well as a removable sleeve compass patch.
Continuing on the Stone Island theme this monochromatic beauty certainly caught our attention. Part of the Stone Island Ghost Piece Capsule it’s made from a cotton and nylon blend and comes complete with two front patch pockets with side entry compartments as well as ribbed cuffs for a better fit. Designed in an over the head style the overshirt is finished with an adjustable clasp drawstring hood and the all important tonal removable compass patch to the arm.
Raising the bar when it comes to things you can do with cotton Norse Projects present the latest reimagining of their wardrobe staple Niels t-shirt. Using a heavily textured towelling for multi-sensory appeal, the t-shirt retains the same levels of minimalism expected from Norse with a ribbed neck and subtly branded patch to the seam. Available now in a muted ecru and deep olive.
A favourite among sneakerheads, dads and fashion-forward individuals alike the New Balance 991 has been given a luxurious update ready for when the weather heats up. With breathable mesh uppers and premium suede overlaid panelling, the trainer sits atop the signature ‘motion flow’ sole unit with visible Abzorb foam and reflective gold detailing. The best of both worlds when it comes to functional comfort and aesthetically pleasing design.
Drawing inspiration from typical military wear the Tempest anorak from Ten C is your new best friend when it comes to dealing with the unpredictable trans-seasonal weather. Engineered from a spring-weight nylon fabric that not only posses an exceptionally soft feel but intrinsic water repellant properties, the jacket is finished with large two-way entry pockets, a number of reflective details, including the brand’s rosette logo to the sleeve, and a multi lace adjustable hood, utility garment lovers rejoice!