Isla Jacket

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New outerwear style for AW18 featuring four front pockets, storm cuffs, mesh lining  & ergonomic hood shape.

FOV Fabric technology:

Face layer 90% Polyurethane 10% Vectran

Second layer 100% PU & back side 100% PES

DWR with PU Membrane

Manufactured in Portugal

 

Product : 01

The first ever Six Eight Seven Six garment (circa 1995) re-produced at our factory in North London.

This Pullover military influenced shirt with concealed half placket, flap breast pocket and manufactured in Fil-a-Fil 100% cotton.

The design and construction of this style have been faithfully re-created whilst updating the fit and fabrication which was a staple cloth of late 1990’s and early 2000’s Six Eight Seven Six

Made In England and a total of 50 garments have been produced

 

 

Craigowl jacket

Its well over ten years ago that I started to investigate the idea of evolving the classic British workwear jacket & over a few seasons from around 2001-2007 6876 played with the composition,detailing and fabrication.

We moved from 100% natural fibres,garment dyes and eventually to proofed cotton before the genre subsided until there was a version in our Cashca collaboration more recently.

Still I felt there was something else that I wanted to achieve which was a summer version that was very lightweight, yet robust and with good technical capabilities. This all came together when I sourced a fabric from a regular and progressive supplier ;FOV in Sweden well known for supplying many of the premium technical brands.

Kenneth Mackenzie February 2018

The Craigowl jacket with large full front lower pockets and one envelope entry chest pocket.

Fabric : 96% Polyamide and 4% Lycra micro Ripstop

Tech: Quick drying,Airtech and DWR finish

Manufactured in Portugal

Storm Jacket

Modern Studies staple jacket manufactured in 100% Italian Polyamide twill fabric with a DWR finish.

Technical information:

Storm cuffs and pockets, extended back neck flap and drawstring cord at the waist.

Lampo two-way centre front zip and 6876 Woodcut graphic chest print

When I designed this jacket in 2003 the idea behind it was to provide within the silhouette of a raincoat type jacket a more accessible and casual type of garment by utilising a classic Harrington and exaggerating its size.

Kenneth Mackenzie February 2018

68 JP 3 Sonora #5

Fifth edition of the iconic Six Eight Seven Six Sonora jacket which is also our first large scale “made to order” release.

A limited edition of 50 jackets were made at our premier outerwear manufacturer based in Iwate Japan.

Technical aspects:  Three layer 100% laminated nylon with seam taped interior & reverse coil zips

 

 

Modern Studies V Neck Nano tech Red

V Neck knit based on the classic school jumper which has been knitted utilising Schoeller Nano Technology yarn (70% Wool 30% Nylon) which has a stain resistant quality.

Manufactured in Scotland with signature embroidered representation of the classic 6876 Woodcut logo on the left sleeve.

68 JP 2.

The second production from our Made in Japan series is a micro needle cord shirt in 100% cotton and Mother of pearl buttons.

Details: Support panelled chest pocket and square panel elbow protection

Interior Panels and back yoke constructed with fine cotton poplin

The garment has been pre washed and is sized with a European grading system.

 Colours Taupe and Grey.

The 6876 Sweatshirt

The 6876 branded Font was created using a unique low tech woodblock technique  and originally represented as relief letterpress prints.

Although this has been interpreted for our woven garment labels from the inception of the brand as accurately as possible we have never digitised and created as a print artwork until now.

Available as a limited production

Colour: Light Heather Grey

100% Combed Organic Cotton

Brushed 3-ply 8oz/ 280g

Photography: Brian Sweeney

Model:

Bashar Zagbour :Glaswegian Syrian

 

The 6876 T-shirt

In 1995 the 6876 branded Font was created using a unique low tech woodblock technique  and originally represented as relief letterpress prints.

Although this has been interpreted for our woven garment labels from the inception of the brand as accurately as possible we have never digitised and created as a print artwork until now.

Available as a limited production.