Will Varnam is a freelance writer, style enthusiast, vintage archivist and retail store manger who resides in the UK. Coming from a background of collecting historic vintage garments for almost two decades, Will fuses his passion for history with an eye for creativity and design within the clothing world.
While Covid has upended many in our indigo niche, 3sixteen pushes ahead with a new collection, retail store, and vision for SS21.
The Force series from Porter utilizes industrial spec 210 denier nylon that offers superior strength and rugged durability.
Freenote Cloth are taking the best of the West and the finest of the East to offer up the Wilkes Jeans in a hearty 14.5 oz. Kaihara selvedge denim.
The Freemans Sporting Club CS-1 shirt has been revamped by Division Road in a 9 oz. 'rust' Japanese 14 wale corduroy that will navigate every season.
The Leather Tool Bag from BIllykirk takes cues from classic workwear luggage and is made from an 8 oz. full grain veg-tanned leather.
Made in Nashville, the Klein Wallet keeps things simple and includes a variety of pockets for your cash 'n' cards, letting the leather do the talking.
With sustainability at the core of its concept, the H&M x Lee collection is packed full of 90's inspired washes to classic pieces of heritage workwear.
Dutch denim heads, Benzak Denim Developers, have released their Special #4 fabric in partnership with famed Kurabo Mills in Japan.