Mamnick Black Label
Named quite simple after the colour of the woven label that’s found on this range of garments, Mamnick’s newest products are yet another huge step forwards for the label, and one that sees themselves tied very firmly to the Far East.
You see, whereas their products to date are a UK made affair, everything in the Black Label range, from fabrics to buttons, to the manufacture is Japanese. Three separate factories were used, each using their own unique processes and each producing the garments by hand. The garment names are still kept close to home though and reflect the roads and hamlets situate around Mamnick’s Sheffield home.
The range consists of two shirt styles – the Litton shirt comes in either charcoal or indigo dungaree cotton and the Allgreave shirt is constructed from cotton Seersucker. All are beautifully made and packed full of details, from large, vertical opening chest pockets on the Litton, to dress shirt loop and offset placket on the Allgreave.
There are two short styles, come in two different colourways of floral print. The Onecoat shorts are in a cotton/linen mix, whereas the Laneside’s come in a simpler pure cotton. Finally comes the Bubnell hooded gilet in herringbone cotton, which features a half-moon placket detail and large rear pockets and the Bagshaw vest in a linen cotton mix which features a shawl collar and French seams.
Suffice to say everything here is extremely limited in quantity and if they’re anything like the label’s other products you’d better get in quick. If you like what you see here, or would like more information on the label, go to the website here: Mamnick.