2015 Product 1: Classic 6876 shirt style manufactured in London. Fabric: 2/100′s check pattern,Lancashire 100% cotton and over dyed. Details: centre front placket, high back yoke and traditional under collar panel which on this occasion is without shaping via bone part.
The Fourness is the new collection from Kazuki Kuraishi and continuing on from our collaborative work with Cash Ca 6876 have contributed four styles to the maiden collection. The revised MDC coat circa 2007 which has underarm coated vent zips,a
New shirt style manufactured in Japan,87% cotton and 13% Flax. Two front front flap chest pockets one of which features an extended flap with zip and mini pocket. Notched front placket and angled crossover back yoke complete a very modernist
Updated version of a technical pullover style originally produced in 2003 the Jacques features three quarter length centre front zip opening,elasticised cuffs /waist and front zip pouch pockets. The one piece generous sleeve construction aides mobility and the hood is
Update version of the Kerb shirt first released in 2013. This style now incorporates two accentuated and angular pocket flaps with joint branded signature labels on the pocket edge Manufactured in Japan fabric 100% cotton
Revised version of the MDC jacket circa 2007. Manufactured in Japan with underarm vents and a studded detachable hood. Fabric: high density all-weather 100% cotton which provides light water repellency. reverse coil coated zips and interior mesh pockets for ventilation.
As part of the Black project Arco jacket release with C’H’C’M & Harris Tweed we decided to shoot a film in Glasgow with Brian Sweeney who has worked with the brand for many years. Brian was also instrumental in introducing
C’H’C’M & Six Eight Seven Six have worked together to revamp the 2007 Arco jacket from its original form as cotton garment dyed style into a luxury Harris tweed jacket. Manufactured in our London factory to the highest possible spec