Headporter Plus Quilting Sweatshirt


Odds are you're going to see more than a dozen grey sweatshirts lining the shelves this winter, but you won't see one that looks quite like this. Headporter Plus delivers its take on the everyday basic with a cotton/poly blend sweater that is wrapped in a diamond-quilt pattern that not only gives it a unique look, but also helps to keep you warm. It comes in the classic grey or navy and is also available with a matching quilted sweatpant.

$296, Haven

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Outlier Airspace Pullovers


This piece is just one of many reasons why Outlier has earned the attenion it has over the past few years. The company continues to innovate and even though they're not the largest competitor in the space, they're not afraid of taking risks on experimental products that change the way we think of traditional garments.

Their new Airspace Pullover is a futuristic take on the classic athletic sweater with an "Airspace Mesh" that is comprised of a knit that's both breathable and insulating that reacts dynamically to changing conditions and movement. The Pullover comes in a transparent style and a merino-lined model for extra comfort and discretion.

$225, Outlier


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Outlier Triple Wool Vest


Outlier's Triple Wool Vest is a global gathering in the name of warmth. The vest uses wool from three contients: The 175+ year old Abraham Moon mill in Yorkshire, England, Merino Wool from New Zealand, and a technical wool from Hobbs Bonded Fibers from America. These all come together in a vest that's lighter than their previous styles for a less cumbersome piece that's perfect for wearing under, over, or between layers.

$275, Outlier

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Everlane Chunky Wool Collection


Chunky Wool sweaters don't have to come at a premium, especially when you've got the folks at Everlane to count on. They're launching a new luxurious (and not so luxuriously priced) Chunky Wool collection that includes two essential fall/winter pieces: a Chunky Knit Raglan and a Chunky Knit Cardigan. Both styles are made from a thick, 100% Merino Wool and are perfectly priced at $88 (Raglan) and $135 (Cardigan).


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Jon Frank for Orlebar Brown


We've always been big fans of the vibrant prints Orlebar Brown brings to its swimwear and their latest collaboration continues that tradition with Australian photographer Jon Frank. Called the Artist of the Oceans, the collaboration is a natural fit with a capsule collection that features Frank's interpretation of wind and water in a colorful graphic treatment that's available in their Tommy T-Shirt, Morley Sweatshirt, and their popular Bulldog swim trunks.

Orlebar Brown

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Wallace and Barnes RAF Jacket


We're always keeping a close eye on Wallace and Barnes, J.Crew's premium in-house label, which always impresses with their elevated staples. We've always been taken with their outerwear pieces and this season is no exception. Our favorite style this winter is their RAF Jacket, a parka style modeled after jackets worn by the UK's Royal Air Force. They kept the style true to the original's length and upped the spec with a fully lined interior and dash of insulating fill for warmth.

$398, J.Crew

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The Hill-Side Shirt Collection


It was only a matter of time before The Hill-Side brought those damn good fabrics to a range of shirting. Today they launch their first seasonal collection of Made-in-the-USA styles and they're using some of their favorite American and Japanese fabrics from their Fall/Winter '14 line. The collection will consist of sixteen different fabrics which include everything from jacquard woven camos to Japanese selvedge in various colorways. All the shirts are cut and sewn in North Carolina, each featuring single needle construction and 2-eye natural corozo nut buttons.

The Hill Side

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The Absence


What makes a good pair of pants? Well, if you asked The Absence, it would be matching Japanese fabrics with a team of people who craft their pieces by hand and have generations of experience in doing so. Not a bad recipe to go by, if you ask us. The Absence is a new pant label consisting of three well-designed and well-crafted Made to Order pant styles in a fit that's not too slim or baggy, tapered like a chino, and sized to fit just about anyone. Our favorite style is their Cargo Pant with its classic military-style pockets, but in a relaxed, but tapered cut and garment dyed for that perfect finish. It's also available without the pockets in their "trouser pant" style if taste leans more towards the minimal side of things.

$195-$240, The Absence

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Nigel Cabourn Mainline Japan Pea Coat


Nigel Cabourn just added a few of its Mainline Japan pieces onto its online store and we couldn't help but notice this stunning Pea Coat and if you've ever felt a Cabourn piece firsthand, you know this is probably the Pea Coat to end all Pea Coats.

The jacket is styled after a long vintage Pea Coat and is updated with a thick, British wool, specially made in Japan that's mixed with two colors of Kemp that reduces piling from the the two-ply yarn. Other details include large bellow pockets, painted metal buttons, and a storm flap beneath the collar.

$1,770, Nigel Cabourn

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CLAE for Liful


Time to pay more attention to the words "Made in Korea", the country has been putting out some amazing work as of late and one of the most interesting brands in the space comes from Seoul-based apparel company LIFUL.

CLAE and LIFUL creative directors Sung Choi and Chan Ho have created a capsule collection of Choi's favorite staples and completed the looks with one of Clae's newest footwear styles, the Arthur. The collaboration will be available exclusively at Clae's Our Favorite Shop in Los Angeles and LIFUL's stores in Seoul and Busan, Korea.


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