The term 'pea coat' comes from a dutch word pijjekker.
The word refers to the distinctive cloth used to make the garment, a heavy coarse twill (in blue) with a nap on one side. Extremely warm and water resistant, peacoats have been worn by sailors since 1720, making them one of the oldest styles of mens clothing still worn today.
Armorlux are a French company that have been producing this garment since the 1930's. We are excited to be stocking them.
Jeans might come from a different clothing tradition than tailoring, but they're a fundamental part of any man's wardrobe and with Crane Brothers Denim, we can now make them with the same level of craft and construction that's usually reserved for handmade suiting.
Knitwear is a fundamental part of any wardrobe - whether you're wearing it on its own or layering it with a shirt and tailoring, it offers warmth, comfort and ease of wear. For New Zealand's changeable climate, that’s doubly true - having a soft, adaptable layer that can be easily added to an outfit is...
Comfortable, sturdy and stylish - the chino is a wardrobe staple without peer. Its strength lies in its versatility, able to look at ease with a simple knit and sneakers as well as with a tailored shirt and jacket.