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.

 

68 JP 1

Due to the popularity of our Japanese produced collaborative projects we decided to go one step further and develope our own product sourced and manufactured in Japan. Working with premium suppliers and longstanding 6876 contacts the 68 JP 1 shirt is the first garment in a series that the brand will be releasing over the coming seasons.

Manufactured in Japan.

Fabric:100% heavy cotton chambray and mother of pearl buttons.

Details:

Front: signature style centrally placed pocket and label

Back: Tab and box pleat

Cuff: Accentuated cuff tab and sewn down darts.

Modern studies season 1

First collection of Modern Studies the new project from Six Eight Seven Six.

This initial collection will subsequently increase in size for following seasons but the guest Artist which this season is Scott King will remain a constant.

The collection will be available at stores world wide but there will also be 6876 web exclusives only on available on our store.

MS-1 Storm Jacket

The Modern Studies project’s oversized interpretation of the “Harrington” style jacket manufactured in three Layer construction fabric with weatherproof membrane. (94% PA / 6% Spandex.)

Details:

“Storm” type pockets and cuffs.

Stud collar and pockets as well as on accentuated back neck

Inside draw cord

Six Eight Seven Six printed branding on the back

Brecon Ventile 18oz

 

Edition five of the Brecon jacket manufactured in 180z (520 gram) Canvas weave Ventile

This quality has the feel of classic cotton Duck fabric and is extremely substantial

UK produced custom made L24 Ventile seam tape,Lampo black oxidised zips and Italian cotton storm cuff rib

The jacket features large distinctive half bellows front lower pockets (left has a small inside pocket) and curved half bellows chest pocket.

Gunmetal studs,custom made shock cord adjusters and ends.

Fabric 100% Cotton

Manufactured in Portugal.

Cleaning instructions: Hand wash to ensure long standing weather protection and natural ageing. Dry cleaning is not advisable with relation to our custom made seam tape.

Photography: Arved Colvin-Smith Model: Theo Gillard

Available from the Six Eight Seven Six website 18-10-16 and the following stockists:

ITK Brotherhood Riga/Latvia, Le Fix Copenhagen/Denmark, Flykicks Oslo/Norway and Sweet & Tender Helsingborg/Sweden.

Cadre T-shirt.

A graphic with its roots and reference in the tumultuous era of late 60’s Paris.

The representation of revolt against ruling powers when their methods become autocratic and unyielding as opposed to the current era we live in where too many times the frustrations of our situations turn the populace against each other.

Limited production release date 5-7-2016

 

 

 

Brecon Ripstop Ventile

 

Edition four of the Brecon jacket manufactured in 210 gram Olive L24 Ripstop Ventile

Custom made in the UK Ventile seam tape,Lampo zips and Italian cotton storm cuff rib

The jacket features large distinctive half bellows front lower pockets (left has a small inside pocket) and curved half bellows chest pocket.

Antique brass studs,shock cord adjusters and ends.

Fabric 100% Cotton manufactured in Portugal.

Cleaning instructions: Hand wash to ensure long standing weather protection and natural ageing. Dry cleaning is not advisable with relation to our custom made seam tape.

Photography: Arved Colvin-Smith

Model: Theo Gillard

 

Modern Studies 1: T.O.T.H.LAND

 

An animation of stills taken from the project Tothland by Donald Milne.
Butterburn Court and Bucklemaker Court at the Top Of The Hilltown Dundee 1971-2013.
Music: Zen and the art of jollification “schadenfreude” from Sleeping Gypsy.