Named after the British engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Allevol is taking us back to the late 50s with its elegant Brunel Chambray Chino.
You might find this Grease Point Workwear shirt too nice to do actual mechanical work in, but don't baby your workwear, baby.
A tactical vest with charming French vibes from the folks at Arpenteur, crafted from a lightweight chambray with a poly-mesh lining.
Nihon Menpu & Collect Mills provide Left Field with two tasty new Japanese fabrics with which the New York label has rendered its Coal Miner Chino.
We're used to seeing perfectly time-honored garments from Mister Freedom and this vat-dyed chambray western shirt is no different.
Chambray is beautiful. But when it's painstakingly dip-dyed in indigo, it's arguably even more beautiful, and Sugar Cane is here to show us why.
Navy buttons and a natural contrast stitch give this thing a contemporary refinement with the turn of the century military silhouette.
Side hem pockets and drawstring waist are some of the more unique details for this jacket, soft and broken in but ready for subtle patina-ing.