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Now available to buy as an official stockist from 6876
1995 Jacket :: In years preceding 6876 a collection of military,workwear and classic outerwear was put together from family sources, Clignancourt market in Paris, Naviglio Grande market in Milan & the long gone Laurence Corner in Euston London:: These garments would form the research manual for 6876 and the now named 1995 jacket was the first jacket designed from these sources.
So for 2020 we have reproduced utilising Olmetex fabric,RiRi zips and manufactured in Portugal.
Second product in collaboration with Columbia knit is a White classic Rugby produced utilising the same methods since 1921 and creating the most premium garment which we have hand printed. The entire process from knitting of the fabric, through cutting & sewing is created at the Portland Oregon Factory.
Heavy weight 10-10.5 oz. pre-washed 100% cotton jersey
We are delighted to be working with a brand we’ve long admired and have been a regular consumer of for many years.
Sigg (Established 1908) in Switzerland and still manufactured in Frauenfeld.
The Swiss original in a classic design. Made from a single piece of high-quality
aluminum, making it light and strong. It keeps a tight seal, even with carbonated drinks. The highly elastic interior coating is resistant against fruit acids, is tasteless and free from BPA and phthalates. The practical screw cap enables comfortable carrying with just one finger.
Main Photograph Arved Colvin-Smith & colour Daniel Jenkins Purposeful Activity.