Oi Polloi just received new Post O’alls stock, including these two relaxed fit shirts. It’s the little details like the contrast stitching, large marbled buttons and pen holder that make all the difference - green tartan (£159) and chambray (£149) from Oi Polloi.
Blue De Paname Cotton Jacket (€165 / €138 VAT excl.)
Blue De Paname Jeans (€145)
While I’ve felt indifferent to many of the denim/workwear labels flooding the market recently, a new line out of Paris has caught my eye. Bleu De Paname (“Panama Blue”) has launched their debut men’s line for SS09, a small all-blue, no-fuss collection of jeans, shirts and jackets. All the clothing is hand-made in France and appears both well detailed and priced, although I’ll have to reserve final judgement until I can view them all in person.
Visit their website to view the collection’s video preview and lookbook.
Clockwise from top left:
Nom de Guerre Indigo Chambray Patch Shirt £140
J-Crew Chambray Driving Cap US$39.50
Gilded Age Sullivan Organic Cotton Selvage Chambray Shirt US$248
Kicking Mule Workshop Chambray Boxer Shorts £35
B Clothing Banderes Shirt £115
Topman Chambray Barrel Bag £18
Surface To Air Raw Chambray Shorts US$145
Launched in 2006, this low key NYC based, made in Japan label (from ex-45rpm staff) have delivered some perfect shirts for the summer - love the soft, washed fabrics and excellent detailing. Hit up Lark for more items / views / to purchase.
Old Joe & Co. is a brand I came across in Japan last year. Rustic, military inspired, vintage prints. They do some great chunky knitwear, but I was also taken by this new coat of theirs - bit late in the season for it, though.