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“I thought about the quintessential pieces of a man’s wardrobe and set out to make the best versions of them—a chino, a sweatshirt, a jean jacket. If I were a rock star, this capsule would be my greatest hits. But I’m just a guy, so let’s just call them my favorite things.”

1) THE JAPANESE SELVEDGE OXFORD

“One of the most interesting things about selvedge oxford is it has this real character to it because it’s made on these antique shuttle looms that give a ‘perfect imperfection’ to the fabric.”

3) THE DYLAN JACKET

“Back when I started in 2011, there were a lot of great menswear designers but no one was making classic luxury pieces, so I thought about taking the body of a classic jean jacket and making it in Italian suede.”

5) THE TRAVELER SUIT

“Versatility is one of the things that is at the core of our collections. Take The Traveler Suit, you can dress it up with a tie and dress shoes. Or dress it down with a t-shirt and sneakers. You can also break it apart and wear it as separates.”

7) THE UTILITY SHIRT

“This is what I call ‘luxe utility,’ a classic piece of workwear or field clothing 
that the team and I upgrade with an elevated Italian shirting fabric.”

9) THE SELVEDGE CHINO

“Everyone makes a chino, but I wanted to make the best chino. So we sourced a cotton fabric from Japan that had the soft, dry and gutsy handfeel of a vintage officer’s trouser.”

11) THE MILITARY OVERSHIRT

“Third pieces—chore coats, shirt jackets—have become a new essential, and so we’ve been making them in flannel, corduroy and denim.”

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