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Penfield – ‘A guide for Everyman’

February 21, 2011

Here’s a look at Penfield’s new Spring/Summer 2011 lookbook, entitled ‘A Guide for Everyman’.

Photographed by Neil Bedford and styled by Glen Kitson, the shots are taken against the backdrop of the seaside (I don’t know which one, but it’s certainly not Morecambe), which along with the graphic elements within the book only increases the nautical theme of things.

This collection takes what Penfield are great at – outerwear – and builds upon it, but in lighter materials for the warmer months. So what you end up with is yet more great jackets in lots of differing shapes and styles – a bit of something for everyone, whether it be in the form of a two-tone parka, an anorak or a simple wind cheater.

It’s not all just coats though, there’s also a smattering of great shirting in various different fabrics including Oxford, cotton gingham, bolder checks, stripes and the odd Chambray. In fact the shirting’s really strong for this season, proving that there’s much more to the brand than just outdoor clothing. Plus as it’s a summer collection there’s also cotton chinos, T-shirts, shorts and a selection of bags.

I had a proper look at all of this a couple of months ago and it’s a great collection, with lots more to it than is shown here and one that’s worth checking out if you get the chance. For more information on the brand, or to find your nearest stockist go here: Penfield.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. February 26, 2011 12:28 am

    liking the overlayed idea for a lookbook, might give this a bash for uni stuff

    • February 26, 2011 11:26 am

      Yeah I think it works really well. Defo something for you to think about with your course chap.

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