Sunday, May 30, 2010

Woolrich Woolen Mills Autumn/Winter 2010

AW10 sees the penultimate collection and final Autumn Winter season as designed by Daiki Suzuki for Woolrich Woolen Mills. Inspired by the stark colours of late 1970s and early 80s designer labels such as Comme Des Garcons, as well as his passion for Americana style, Daiki’s latest collection is a subtle range of blues, blacks and greys.

Once again Daiki has drawn upon the renowned heritage of the original Woolrich label, using Hudson Bay Stripes, traditional Hunting Plaids and Herringbone Wools all produced in the historic Woolrich Mill. However this season marks a new sharper stage for the Woolrich Woolen Mills collection with Daiki’s decision not to pre wash the garments as in the past in order to create a more tailored aesthetic.


The stand out pieces include; a toggled pea coat, sporting poncho and jeans in Woolrich Wool/ cotton blend denim. Returning from past seasons are the Upland jacket, Stream Jacket and Field Parka. Also look out for hooded sweatshirts and pants in a custom print fabric and knit cardigans, scarves and hats using archived Woolrich patterns.

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2 comments:

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Chris said...

Looks great, really like the first coat, but a bit hesitant on the poncho. But over all I really like this collection. A great refresh on a classic look.

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