July 10th, 2014

Hancock VA have delivered yet another of their skilfully crafted pieces of outerwear with Article No. 26. Available in Navy/Siphonia Article No. 26 features a 100% cotton bonded outer shell, rubberproofed with Hancock’s signature Siphonia Elastica ensuring a water tight layer between you and the elements that mother nature’s throwing at you. This signature fabric sits across a single-breasted raincoat silhouette with concealed fly front, and exposed top button. Adding to the mix a rear button vent, elastic hanging loop, concealed wrist fastener, and detachable throat tab, and you’ve got yet another of Hancock’s Scottish crafted articles to combat the winter weather. Article No. 26 is now available in store and online alongside the rest of this season’s selections from Hancock VA.


July 9th, 2014

New Balance have continued with the onslaught that is their ‘Made in U.S.A.’ range, with the latest silhouette to get a makeover this season with the 990. Taking to the reissued 990 silhouette to give us the M990HL, New Balance have approached the classic model with a slew of premium suedes leathers and meshes to create a tonal mash of dark charcoal grey, and black across the upper. These dark tones are accented with the addition of a deep infrared, and white across the midsole, tongue, and lining. The M990HL is now available in store and online alongside the rest of this season’s selections from New Balance’s ‘Made in U.S.A.’ ranges.


July 7th, 2014

New Balance have been hard at work, taking to their coveted 997 model, taking it out of it’s well known classic ‘Navy’ and ‘Grey’ colourways and sliding into something a little more contemporary to kick off its return to the ‘Made in U.S.A’ range. The M997HL comes to us in a combination of dark grey suedes mixed with black nubuck accents, and accents of infrared and yellow distributed underneath the signature ‘N’ heel wrap, embroidery, and sole unit. This latest colourway of the 997 is now available in store and online alongside the rest of this season’s ranges from New Balance.


July 7th, 2014

Mr. Mannequin is back for another instalment of his weekly outfit selections, sorting through our latest deliveries to tackle the week ahead. Kicking it all off this week, Mr. Mannequin’s opted to layer up in a combination of Hancock VA’s Article No. 8 in Blue/Siphonia, pairing it off with Bedwin’s Jaco Shawl Collar Zip Knit, and Up There Oxford Button Down in White. Heading down to the lower half of this week’s outfit, and Mr. Mannequins got a pair of his trusty Noir Jean004 Japanese Indigo Selvedge Denim before completing this week’s outfit with a fresh pair of New Balance’s M998MD. Has he outdone himself this week, continue reading after the jump and find out for yourselves.


July 7th, 2014

We’re consistently crowded with City Packs left and right from numerous brands, but how many of them resulted in a city getting their very own silhouette, look no further than the Adidas Originals Hamburg. Known for it’s classic t-toe construction and its classic signature gum sole, the Hamburg returns to us in a tonal black premium suede upper with hints of high contrast yellow across the signature three stripes and heel cap before been laced up with a set of waxed cotton laces. The Hamburg is now available in store and online with all of the finer details after the jump.


July 4th, 2014

Timothy Everest has delivered us his latest bespoke offering together with Hancock VA with their latest collaborative effort the Sports Jacket 804. Coming to us in a tonal Navy, the Sports Jacket 804 features a woolen body, and although it may look deceivingly normal, even the wool has been treated with Hancock’s waterproofing techniques. To finish it all off, this semi-constructed sports jacket features inner support from Hancock’s Siphonia Elastica fabrics, as well as tonal elbow patches and pockets also featuring their signature rubberproofed materials. Ready to defeat to defeat whatever winter has to throw at you, be it cold or wet Hancock have you covered with this tailored classic available in store and online now.


July 4th, 2014

Adidas Originals have been at it again, delivering another of their signature classics with the Boston Super. Having been long associated with the Boston Marathon, Adidas originally marking the event in 1984 by releasing this signature silhouette. The Boston Super has now been given makeover with colourways honouring the Boston Athletic Association, coming to us in a Navy/Red/Silver combination. Constructed using some of Adidas’ premium materials and construction, the upper of the Boston Super takes shape using plush suedes and heavy duty nylon, with some finishing touches of an accenting silver metallic finished leather, and freshly laced through its signature Ghilly lacing system. This latest colourway of the Boston Super is now available both in store and online now with all of the finer details after the jump.


July 3rd, 2014

Japanese label Superior Labor have continued to deliver this season, giving us their latest set of head warmers with these Knit Cap Beanies. Available in Beige, Navy, and Sax, each Knit Cap Beanie features a special cotton hemp blend body ensuring your head stays warm whilst the fabric breathes. Each knit is woven using Superior Labor’s signature melange separated by solid white bands, and finished with their ‘Standard and Strong’ signature label stitched on the cuff. Each colour is now available in store and online alongside the rest of this season’s selections from Superior Labor.


July 2nd, 2014

Today we are introducing Hancock’s latest outerwear silhouette with Article No. 39. Featuring a 100% pure woolen outer shell, and rubberproofed cotton lining, not only to keep you warm, but keeping the elements at bay. Throwing a removable woolen gansey knit collar into the mix, Article No. 39 is finished with a shawl collar with a faux double breasted closure and two slip pouch pockets. Constructed at the hands of Hancock’s outerwear artisans in Scotland, Article No. 39 is now available in store and online with all of the finer details after the jump.


July 1st, 2014

This season’s articles from Scottish label Hancock have arrived, with the first article off the mark coming to us in the form of Article No. 30. Available in Black/Taupe, Article No. 30 comes to us in the form of a traditional parka jacket, of course this isn’t just any regular jacket, constructed at the hands of Hancock’s craftsman using their signature rubberproofed Siphonia Elastic bonded fabrics to seal you off from the elements. Article 30 is cut using hand sheers from its bonded fabric sheeting, with each seam sealed with a rubber solution and rubberproofed tape that is then individually pressed using metal rollers ensuring protection from the elements, and a finished garment built to outlast the rest. Article No. 30 features two pouch pockets, hidden button enclosed body, collar and flat fold hood with a black outer shell and taupe inner shell to finish it all off. Article No. 30 is now available in store and online alongside the rest of this season’s selections from Hancock.

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