Rebel Reel Cine Club x 6876 Screening

Rebel Reel Cinema & 6876 present “Bronco Bullfrog” 

A tale of teen angst and disaffection in London’s East End at the tail end of the 1960s, Barney Platts-Mills debut feature Bronco Bullfrog (1969) is beautifully photographed snapshot of its era.

The mostly improvised drama follows Del (Del Walker) and his mates as he gets into trouble around his native Stratford. He mills about, breaks into places and flirts awkwardly with girls and falls in love. In the same week, troublemaker Jo Saville , alias Bronco Bullfrog, has just got out of borstal and has a job lined up to steal goods from a freight train wagon. He recruits Del, but soon the pair end in bother and the law is fast on their tails.

Platts-Mills’ film is a wonderful social document of Stratford and London’s East End. 

Unique Screening to be announced soon 

Complimentary Comb from Kent Brushes Established in 1777.

 

Capandula 2022

 

Collaboration with Admiral Sporting Goods.

Dry wax heavy cotton twill from Haley Stevenson

Photography Arved Colvin-Smith

Model Theo Gillard

Pre-Order Item

Six Eight Seven Six T-shirt & Book Bag.

Six Eight Seven Six and  Rebel Reel Cine Club commemorative T shirt & Tote bag. To mark the screening of Jean-Luc Godard’s Film “Weekend” on May 5th 2022 at the Archway Tavern London.

In an interview with Alain Jouffroy in 1966, Godard explicitly summarized his use of blue-white-red and the significance he intended to give it: “I believe a little in nationalism, but in a nationalism of poetry, not at all political: I like that Delacroix is French and Beethoven is German…”. And “Do you believe in the soul of a people? ” asks Jouffroy.“I can’t express it that way because it sounds a bit too big, but it is a bit that.” 

The imperfect and handmade look of the letterforms, the bad kerning, the large gaps between letters and words, the justified blocks of text, the awkwardly dotted capital I’s. Even when he used an existing typeface – like Antique Olive in ‘Week end’ (1967) – the letterforms look as if they were cut out with an Exacto knife.

Spring Essentials 1 & 2

Leuchars : Military influenced Needlecord Over shirt manufactured in London.Heavy corse wale cord with cotton poplin internal yoke and support panels. Flap pocket with under tab.

Hinkley :Heavyweight Raw edge Cotton Short Sleeve Sweatshirt which is part of the Admiral Sporting Goods Collaboration for 2022

Also featured : Archive 6876 Chino & Socks with Universal Works & Birkenstock Collaboration footwear

Photography : Arved Colvin-Smith

Model: Theo Gillard

Rebel Reel Cine Club x 6876

“Weekend” is about violence, hatred, the end of ideology and the approaching cataclysm that will destroy civilization. It is also about the problem of how to make a movie about this. Movies about The Bomb are almost never effective; the subject is too large. So Godard abandons any attempt to show us “real” war or destruction. Instead, he shows us attitudes: the casual indifference to suffering that saturates our society.

On the 5th May in collaboration with the  Rebel Reel Cine Club we will be screening this film at the Archway Tavern London, tickets will include a complimentary Another Magazine and Tote bag. The evening will feature music & also slideshows.

Admiral Sporting Goods & 6876 Fairham Jacket

First item of outwear from our collaboration with Admiral Sporting goods, a relationship developed during lockdown of shared principles and design ethos.

The Fairham Jacket Modernist “Carcoat” style short Raincoat with zip-off Hood manufactured in Portugal with premium Olmetex outerwear fabric.

Fabric : 65% Polyamide & 35 % Cotton twilled modern take on a classic gaberdine Raincoat cloth from Olmetex Italy. Piece dyed & 387 Grams in weight.

Non seasonal,Water Repellant and Pfc Free.

Technical construction details:

Two Storm entry pockets and zip chest pocket.

Storm cuffs & fully lined in breathable Microfibre.

Removable zip off hood and adjustable stud neck tab.

Unique internal label.

Obra Footwear : Work / Construction / Work of Art

MANUFACTURING

The OBRA sneakers are manufactured in Brazil in a family-held factory founded in 1948. Over the years the OBRA factory has built a reputation for product excellence and steadfast business practices.

Beyond quality, our manufacturing partners are also committed to their qualified workforce’s well being.

While this means OBRA sneakers cost more to produce, we are proud to be part of and to contribute to this exemplary traditional footwear manufacturing legacy.

Obra : Portuguese : Work

20 YEARS IN THE MAKING.
AVAILABLE TODAY—LABOUR DAY, 2021

OBRA + SIX EIGHT SEVEN SIX

To highlight the importance of workers’ rights worldwide and to celebrate the work of the men and women essential to their business, OBRA and Six Eight Seven Six  launch their collaboration on Labour Day.

With a cult following amongst industry insiders, Six Eight Seven Six delivers immaculately tailored utilitarian apparel since 1995. Their garments seamlessly blend tradition and innovation, influenced by a slightly anarchist mindset.

OBRA, on the other hand, a young brand, is slowly redefining notions of what vulcanized footwear should be. That is: Comfortable, ethically made, environmentally sound, and of the highest quality. In contrast to Six Eight Seven Six rebellious penchants, OBRA brings with it a persona defined by NYC’s Lower East Side of the mid-nineties andW early oughts.

The two brands take great pride in the quality craftsmanship and manufacturing integrity that goes into their product. These traits, values, and a 20-year connection between their founders, made the brands’ collaboration inevitable.

OBRA + SIX EIGHT SEVEN SIX – THE SNEAKERS

Imagined and designed by Kenneth MacKenzie in London.
Manufactured to spec by OBRA in Brazil.

“The sneakers take a cue from the brutal concrete tones of the Brunswick Centre, home of Six Eight Seven Six and the designers’ friend: Pantone, which began in New York City, OBRA’s turf.” — Kenneth MacKenzie

Kenneth  MacKenzie took full advantage of the color blocking opportunities made possible by the sneaker’s multiple layers of rubber. The result is sneakers that reflect Six Eight Seven Six’s honest design sensibility. The designer’s final use of grays and blues complements the OBRA Low Full Cap sneakers with the same casual yet sartorial execution characteristic of Six Eight Seven Six

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Photography : Daniel Jenkins / Purposeful Activity

Film : Kit Lawrence / Body Beat Ritual