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Mamnick x 6876 Eyam jacket

April 7, 2014

The blog is back in action. And what better way to get back into the swing of things with this beauty of a jacket – the fruits of a collaboration between Mamnick and 6876. Named the ‘Eyam’ (named after the Derbyshire village best known as the ‘plague village’ that isolated itself when the plague was discovered in 1665 rather than let the infection spread).

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The jacket is the second item in 6876’s ongoing ‘Black Project’ and was originally developed circa 2000. This time round the distinctive ‘cape’ style jacket has been constructed from a 200 gram Cotton Ventile and is manufactured to the highest specification in London. Features include stud side openings, a large front pouch pocket, adjustable sleeves and a distinctively cut hood that’s drawstring adjustable.

As the project tile suggests, the piece is an all black affair with not only the Ventile but also all metal fittings (press-studs, cord ends and pullers) being finished in a dark gunmetal. Finally, the Jacket comes in a package that also includes a Mamnick x 6876 trouser clip and information booklet and as ever is strictly limited in numbers.

For more information on the piece, or to buy online go to the website here: Mamnick.

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