American brands aren’t the only ones embracing military-inspired apparel these days. We’ve seen plenty of our Japanese favorites do it in the past and UK-based Griffin has been showing off camo prints for a couple seasons now. For the fall, Jeff Griffin and company continue their appreciation for original military garments as they pull inspiration from American military uniforms of the 50s and 60s.
Not only will Griffin be delivering well-crafted snorkel jackets and smock jackets in the coming months, but they’ve also commissioned U.S. fabric mill Woolrich to bring in their iconic high-quality wool fabrics and identifiable plaids in black and white as well as the classic red and black. Other fabrics this season include traditional British Millerain dry wax cottons, rich winter corduroys and original camouflages from Belgium, France, Germany and Finland.
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