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PRESENT Winter 2010 collection

December 3, 2010

East London’s PRESENT have just launched their first full collection for this Winter season. They’ve been making a few bits and bobs since they opened (and last month released a particularly nice range of knitwear) but have now taken the step to produce a larger range of clothing to sell through the store under their own label.

The above shots show a pretty broad collection with plenty of cracking product. The quilted outerwear and accessories are manufactured in England and use both traditional British and American Fabrics. For instance, the quilted hooded Parka and the quilted vest both come in British Millerain waxed cotton, the plaid jacket and vest come in British wool and the red/black check jacket is made from American Woolrich wool.

The lightweight jackets, such as the khaki hooded anorak above and the chinos all use premium Japanese cottons, as does all of the shirting. I particularly like the ‘half and half’ shirt and the grey button down with the contrast collar, placket and pockets, but then even the white double pocket button down is really nice too – simple and it’ll go with anything.

Knitwear is all produced in Scotland using local wools and feature contrasting leather elbow patches and compliments everything else really well. Then to finish off socks are by Corgi and the footwear is all by Trickers, with both ranges being made especially for PRESENT.

This selection of garments are being produced in strictly limited numbers and will only be sold through the PRESENT store. To have a look at the collection in more detail or to buy online, check out the website here: PRESENT Winter 2010.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Rob permalink
    December 5, 2010 12:56 pm

    ‘cocks are by Corgi’?????

  2. marvin100 permalink
    December 6, 2010 12:32 pm

    as much as every part of my being tells me to despise those trickers – i just love them

  3. Leo permalink
    December 7, 2010 9:16 am

    All I want for Xmas is the tan trickers

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