Tanner Goods revisits the salt-and-pepper colorway, The North Face explores the city and Vans turns 50 with a new capsule collection.
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Criquet Players Shirt
Criquet’s 100 percent organic cotton shirts are born from nostalgia, and harken to the country club lawns of decades past. The Players Shirt, available in a spectrum of colors, both muted and sporty, feature a four-button placket, a buttoned chest pocket and removable collar stays.
Tanner Goods Drops Navy Salt and Pepper Collection
Tanner Goods revisits its “Salt and Pepper” luggage collection with a new light blue colorway, constructed from a lightweight 14-ounce fabric originally engineered for the Swiss military in the ‘40s. Styles range from a dopp kit to a camera bag. Prices start at $70.
Jacques Marie Mage’s Spring-Ready Dusk Eyewear
The small-batch, Los Angeles-based eyewear manufacturer Jacque Marie Mage unveils a new translucent brown colorway for its pre-WWII Zephirin frame, accented with 18-karat gold. Available as both sunglasses or eyeglasses, the frames are manufactured by hand in Nakatsugawa, Japan.
Vans Celebrates 50 Years with Pro Classics Collection
Vans turns 50 this week, and to celebrate, the brand has launched a capsule collection of its most recognizable silhouettes, including the Authentic Pro, Era Pro, Checkerboard Slip-On Pro and Mid Skool Pro. Each model has been upgraded with new sockliners, reinforced rubber and other modern technology, all the while retaining the traditional Vans aesthetic.
The North Face Reveal New Japan-Exclusive Unlimited Collection for S/S
Mostly seen as an outerwear manufacturer in the States, The North Face has a plural identity in Japan, with exclusive collections that venture into the urban lifestyle market. The most recent example is the brand’s new Unlimited Collection for spring and summer, which includes everything from footwear to headwear, constructed from hard-wearing fabrics in neutral color tones.
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