While Pherrows may only be a young brand, it has made a name for itself during the last decade by offering classically informed contemporary menswear with a distinctive Japanese twist.
Channeling recognizable vintage garments and silhouettes of yesteryear, Pherrows has found itself on par with other heritage heavyweights which have been in the game for much longer. To mark the brand’s decade in the industry, they’ve dreamt up a duo of starch-washed denims.
This anniversary release includes the BH10-AJ jacket alongside the BH10-A jean, utilizing the same 13.7oz. 100% cotton one wash denim. With both items made in Japan, the jacket references the 506XX or ‘Type I’ of the early twentieth century, complete with single left chest pocket, cinch buckle, split T back and pleated front.
Complete with laurel wreath period correct buttons, this classic short and boxy trucker is a real denim treat. Similarly, the jeans feature the buffalo horn back pocket arcuate stitching the brand has become known for. But with a high rise and relaxed taper, the silhouette is more contemporary yet still channels the heritage accents that Pherrows execute so well, including a chainstitched waist band, exposed copper rivets and yellow selvedge detailing.
Both items come in a limited edition anniversary box to mark the occasion.
Available for £329 (~$440) and £229 (~$305) at Clutch Cafe.