Petrel Jacket

 

 

New for summer 2013 The Petrel jacket is imbued with theĀ  classic 6876 modernist and functional design lines which manifests itself in distinctive pocket shapes and sleeve construction. The jacket is lightweight shower prove and features ribbed storm cuffs and collar.

Components: 100% Italian Cotton Resin 189 gram fabric and custom made Italian buttons manufactured in London to exacting standards and in limited numbers.

Available to buy in the shop

CASHCA x 6876 #2013

 

The second season of our collaboration with Cash Ca Japan & designer kazuki Kuraishi continues the theme of classic 6876 styles allied to high end Japanese technical manufacturing with both designers working together to create unique garments.

Styles are the Brecon first released in the UK in 2011. The Laredo Pullover sampled in 2008 but never previously released and an updated Tie cord with new back pocket detail implemented by Kazuki.

Sizes are Japanese XL and XXL (exclusive to 6876) which equate to UK L and XL although the flexible nature of these garments means they can be worn looser or to fit. Available in limited numbers.

Now available in the shop

Photography Neil Bedford Styling Glenn Kitson thank you to the Camley street nature park London
www.wildlondon.org.uk

6876 Rusland Ventile

Rusland jacket

The 6876 Rusland jacket is a collaboration with Welsh sustainable brand Arcend http://www.arcend.com/

Manufactured in England utilising 200gram Ventile with Ykk Reverse coil zips and a choice of custom made re-used leather or hand made natural birch bark cord pullers.

The Rusland has been developed meticulously representing a fusion of the 6876 modernist aesthetic and timeless sportswear principles.

 

6876 x Fred Perry Blank canvas

Collaborative collection produced for winter 2011 as a precursor to Kenneth Mackenzie’s Laurel wreath consultancy.

The collection included the re-issue of the Lasdun Carcoat manufactured in London,Scottish merino wool Knitwear,needle cord and Oxford shirting plus structural support panel interpretations of the classic polo shirt.