Autumn and Winter 2020 Essentials

SIGG Switzerland :

The history of SIGG Switzerland Bottles AG begins in 1908: Ferdinand Sigg, a metal working specialist, returned to Switzerland after years of learning and travelling. Together with his friend Xaver Küng, he established an aluminium goods factory in Biel.

Sigg and Küng are united in their love for metal and their belief that aluminium is the material of the future.

Ferdinand Sigg 15.12.1877 – 08.02.1930

Buchanan Scarf :

His next defence came on 26 June 1972, against Panama’s greatest, the then undefeated Roberto Durán at the Madison Square Garden (MSG) in New York, in a bout which had a highly controversial ending. Durán was ahead on all three cards at the end of the 13th round, when both fighters exchanged punches after the bell. Buchanan went down, writhing in pain from a low blow, that Buchanan’s trainer, Gil Clancy, said was caused by a knee to the groin. Referee Johnny LoBianco awarded the fight to Durán, insisting that the blow that took down Buchanan was “in the abdomen, not any lower” and that he felt that Buchanan would be unable to continue fighting.

Dérive Socks:

The concept of the dérive has its origins in the Letterist International, an avant-garde and Marxist collective based in Paris. The dérive was a critical tool for understanding and developing the theory of psychogeography, defined as the “specific effects of the geographical environment (whether consciously organized or not) on the emotions and behavior of individuals.

Debord defines the dérive as “a mode of experimental behavior linked to the conditions of urban society: a technique of rapid passage through varied ambiances.” It is an unplanned journey through a landscape, usually urban, in which participants drop their everyday relations and “let themselves be drawn by the attractions of the terrain and the encounters they find there”.

SIGG #2

The Hot Cold one is our second project with SIGG Switzerland who have been producing the highest quality items since 1908. This bottle is the ideal hiking flask as it keeps drinks cool for 20 hours and hot for 12 but due to its flexible and easy use design its ideal for travel anywhere.

Specifications: Hot & Cold one: Thermo Bottle made of high-quality 18/8 stainless steel &Vacuum-insulated.

Size : 26.5 cm x 7.2cm Weight : 330 Grams

Isolation time: 12 hrs for hot and 20 hrs for cold liquids

Removable tea filter

Wide opening allows the addition of ice cubes

Cap can be adjusted for right or left-handed users

Anti-slip pad made of silicone pad on the bottom ensures a secure stand

Leak-proof

BPA- and EA-free

Manual washing recommended

Capacity: 0,5 L

6876 x Sanders

18 years since we last worked together Sanders and Six Eight Seven Six hve once again developed footwear together again.

Military Apron Derby from Archival last and design originally supplied to the Ministry of Defence .

Oiled Suede & waxed leather options. :: leather lined,itshide studded rubber sole / block heel & Goodyear Welt :: Made in the United Kingdom.

Columbia Knit x 6876

 

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

SIGG x 6876

 

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.

 

Random Access Issue 1

Collaborative zine put together through a digital community.Featuring artists and photographers from a global community who were given the theme of “accident” and asked to submit their interpretation.

Featuring the work of 22 artists.

Images are a selection of the overall 28 pages.

Columbia Athletic Stripe Rugby

Beginning of a new project where we work with and present other unique brands, the first brand has been in operation since 1921 Columbia Knit is a  locally owned company, taking pride in making beautiful, durable, high quality garments. The entire process from knitting of the fabric, through cutting & sewing is created at the Portland Oregon Factory.

So its with great pleasure that we have began working with the most premier of Rugby Shirt producers and the first option we have is the Athletic stripe shirt

Heavy weight 10-10.5 oz. pre-washed 100% cotton jersey

 

Turas shirt x C’H’C’M

A collaboration with C’H’C’M available in USA & Japan with a small selection from the Six Eight Seven Six website

Short Sleeve shirt with soft non stand collar

Boxy cut & breast pocket with curved design stitch line

Two back pleats which are bar tacked

100% Cotton Poplin 2/100’s x 2/100’s

Made In London

Available from C’H’C’M in New York and Japan plus Six Eight Seven Six