Six Eight Seven six has worked with British Millerain for many years so after the positive reaction we received to the release of the Isla earlier this year we decided to reproduce this style & in keeping with how we approached re-issues of styles like the Capandula,Sonora & Brecon jackets we decided to manufacture this garment with a different feel.
With this mentality in mind decided to give the Isla a more classic feel and this Millerain double sided 315 gram bonded & twilled cotton was the ideal cloth.
Lampo zips,mesh lining and internal rib storm cuffs.
Pre order system & produced in limited numbers with each garment individually numbered
We are very pleased to announce that we have worked on a sock collaboration with like-minded soul Reuven Fletcher of The Sock Council.
Manufactured in the Principality of Wales by one of the country’s finest manufacturers Corgi who were founded in 1892 and initially made socks for Welsh miners before making argyle socks for Brooks brothers and British troops in the second world war.
There are six colourways and the product is an exclusive to the Six Eight Seven Six and Sock council websites in limited numbers
The sudden change of ambiance in a street within the space of a few meters; the evident division of a city into zones of distinct psychic atmospheres; the path of least resistance that is automatically followed in aimless strolls (and which has no relation to the physical contour of the terrain); the appealing or repelling character of certain places — these phenomena all seem to be neglected. In any case they are never envisaged as depending on causes that can be uncovered by careful analysis and turned to account.
Guy Debord, Introduction to a Critique of Urban Geography
In 1995 Six Eight Seven Six was launched citing the Situationist International’s ethos, student activism in Europe, The USA,Japan & the year zero explosion that was punk rock. 50 years later we are returning to Paris after a long hiatus to present our capsule Modern Studies range and after numerous requests we have decided to commemorate this anniversary with a product.
This time we’ve dispensed with the now familiar imagery that represents 68 and have produced a T-shirt with words and true to the Situationist spirit presented it in the style of a Band Tour T-shirt .
What can the revolutionary movement do today?
What is it turning into in the hands of the parties and the Unions ?
What does it want?
The Realisation of a classless society through the power of the workers councils.