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Winter Wear

In case you hadn't noticed, it's rather cold here in London (finally)!
We've put together a few looks to keep out the cold and beat the January blues away. You'll find outerwear by Allevol, Anatomica and Rocky Mountain Featherbed, Jumpers by Heimat and The Real McCoy's, with Haversack and Cohérence trousers, plus some Soundman, Alden and more.

First up we have the Allevol Duffle coat in grey. Made in the UK from a heavy-weight, melton wool this is sure to keep the chill at bay. The fabric weighs in at a hefty 32oz, woven in the Bishu region of Japan which is known for it's production of woollen fabrics. The shape is taken from a 60s General Post Office coat issued to Posties and also oftentimes issued to members of the Royal Navy. Worn with the Full Count HW Chore jacket for some light layering, the Heimat U-boat roll neck in Rescue Orange and the Haversack HBT Gurkhas. 

Next up the iconic Buzz Rickson's x William Gibson MA-1 in black nylon. Originally produced only in sage green Nylon for American Pilots in the early 50's and designed to keep the freezing temperatures at high altitude at bay. Reimagined in the all black colour-way by the Sci-Fi writer William Gibson, in his novel Pattern Recognition. These are wool and cotton lined and made in Japan with a high spec, heavy weight government issue Nylon outer. Worn with the Alden x Clutch Cafe Tanker boots, Coherence Kasuri Rain Camo Trousers and the Haversack China Button Shirt.

You can't beat a Rocky Mountain Featherbed vest, their lightness and heat retention is second to none, perfect for lazily chucking on over a sweatshirt or jumper for a Sunday morning walk. This years offerings come in an earthy beige, brown and olive. Made to the same specifications as the originals in the 60's, with a Nylon outer made exclusively for the brand. Worn with the Real McCoy's cotton Tilden knit jumper, Allevol Roku Roku Cords and a pair of Danner Light boots. 

The Anatomica Overcoat is often dubbed their 'master-piece' in Japan, hard to get a hold of and with at least 12 months lead time for production it's always worth the wait. This years is a lovely Navy overcheck tweed, heavy and with a classic A-line shape, which is roomy enough for layering in the midst of winter. Drawing inspiration from the Overcoat overlords, Burberry, Brooks Brothers and Acquascutum, this particular model is based off of a rare piece in the Anatomica archive. Worn with the Brown's Beach Vest, Heimat Deck Sweater, Full Count Dartfords, Real McCoy's Deerskin Gloves, Yuketen Bit Loafers and a Porter Tote. 

One of our favourite pieces (we're probably quite biased) from this autumn winter collection is our very own DSS jacket. made in collaboration with Rocky Mountain Featherbed. This jacket is super light weight and packed full of water repellent down, which helps to keep the body nice and insulated. Rocky Mountain is celebrating it's 50th year this year, a true icon in American outerwear, lovingly reproduced and reenergised in Japan by the team behind Anatomica. Worn with the incomparably warm Mohair cardigan from The Real McCoy's, a Soundman Strand Roll Neck and the new off white Haversack Double Knees.