‘The Vintage Showroom’ Travels To Japan

  Founded in 2007 by Douglas Gunn and Roy Luckett, "The Vintage Showroom" houses an archive of vintage menswear from mid 20th century. For the first time, the world-renowned collector of extremely rare vintage pieces will host an exhibition outside of...

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Nigel Cabourn Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

Cult British designer Nigel Cabourn has presented his latest collection for spring 2016. The range was inspired by military wear and vintage reintroductions. Western silhouettes take their cue from the work wear once worn my coal miners. The loosely tailored...

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Nigel Cabourn for Converse First String Spring 2013 Collection

Nigel Cabourn for Converse First String Spring 2013 Collection

Today marks the launch of Nigel Cabourn for Converse First String footwear collection, which features the Chuck Taylor All Star Bosey and the all-new Chuck Taylor All Star Specialty Plimsole. The UK-based designer is known for his infusion of military fabrics into his work, and that’s precisely what he’s done here with the First String collection. Cabourn examined Converse’s rich American heritage of boots and sneakers for the outdoors and the military and aligned the classic Chuck Taylor All Star Bosey with WWII flight suit fabric uppers in military-inspired navy and olive green colors.

Nigel Cabourn x Eddie Bauer Capsule Collection

Nigel Cabourn x Eddie Bauer F/W 2012 Capsule Collection

Nigel Cabourn and Eddie Bauer have teamed up once again, this time bringing us more inspiration from Eddie Bauer’s historical archives. The American brand has an immense warehouse of designs and Mr. Cabourn was able to swift through to find some amazing fabrics and classic designs that we’re really glad to see come to fruition. Beyond the archives, the collection is also inspired by vintage hunting and fishing styles, something that’s quite prevalent throughout the offerings. Quilted coats, waxed cotton vests with fur lined detachable hoods, and down filled parkas are all designed and constructed with the uncompromising quality that has become synonymous with the Nigel Cabourn brand (consider that the down filled parkas are stuffed by hand and require more than five hours of production work to complete each garment). Winter, here we come. The pieces are available now at Roden Gray. More shots below.

Nigel Cabourn x Viberg Service Boot

Nigel Cabourn x Viberg Service Boots for Spring/Summer 2012

For his new Spring/Summer 2012 collection, British designer Nigel Cabourn joined Viberg to reinvision the Service Boot, one of the great classics of the Canadian brand. It features a reverse leather shell with a heavily distressed look throughout the cap toe and sides of the upper. It’s a great look and one that adds to the already versatile silhouette of the Service Boot. The pair will soon be available exclusively at Barneys in the US. (via Glltn)

In Stock | Nigel Cabourn x Eddie Bauer Canadian Vest at Superdenim

In Stock | Nigel Cabourn x Eddie Bauer Canadian Vest at Superdenim

Nigel Cabourn collaboration with Eddie Bauer for the upcoming Fall/Winter 2011 seasons was one of the most sought-after collections from this past January’s Pitti Uomo. The collaboration pieces have been designed alongside Cabourn, drawing on their archive classics and produced in Canada using the techniques and experience used back in the day.

The final product is very limited but we’ve sighted the first batch in the form of EB’s Canadian vest at Superdenim. Available in both an orange check and olive, the Canadian vest is based on a military design. The olive shell features a lightly waxed cotton outer that’s hand filled with goose down and packed tight to give amazing insulation and quality finishing with Tweed details and a Coyote fur collar to finish things off. The orange check comes with a Harris Tweed outer and cotton quilted inner with fine details like the calf skin shoulder yolk and a Coyote fur collar similar to that of the olive shell to complete the piece.