If you're after a highly textured Moto-inspired jacket with a vintage cut, 3sixteen has an investment piece that needs your attention.
Studio D'Artisan Blazes into the new year with two eye-catching and hefty plaid flannel shirts that you probably shouldn't look at too closely while high.
3s has expanded its garment-dye initiative with a new charcoal-treated collection made in collaboration with Self Edge.
I'm yet to justify buying one of these crazy expensive Japanese-made thermals, but Studio D'Artisan is doing its best to force my hand.
Japan's love of baseball is no secret. Nor is its penchant for high-quality garments and attention to detail. Combine all these things and you've got Poten.
You don't need much inspiration with Sugar Cane's shirting, especially their flannels, you just need some warming up during these frigid times.
Self Edge snags two of Sugar Cane's most famous denims and applies them to an exclusive silhouette with a roomy top block and tapered leg.
Strong as I am, I can never resist an annual Toyo summer shirt pickup. This season there are many contenders, but one of the top ones has to be this.