Knickerbocker has been a champion for classic, American styling with quality manufacturing. Distinctly American, and specifically New York, the brand recently collaborated with what is perhaps the most New York brand there is—The New York Times.
Together, the two produced a collection that features many of the pieces that Knickerbocker is best known for: chore coats, vintage-inspired beanies, and cozy sweatshirts. It’s all inspired by the earlier days of The Times, so you’ll see vintage-style newspaper bags, reminiscent typography, and even their iconic phrase, “All the news that’s fit to print” emblazoned onto several pieces.
The best piece by far is the women’s “New York Herald Tribune” t-shirt, a recreation of the short sleeve ribbed mock neck worn by Jean Seberg in Godard’s À Bout de Souffle. With it, Knickerbocker has reproduced an iconic piece of journalistic and film history in one fell swoop.
All the clothes that are fit to wear are available on the New York Times Store.