Thursday, January 13, 2011

First Look: Woolrich Woolen Mills F/W 2011

When it rains, it pours.  Hot on the heels of yesterday's post, today sees the first look at the "coat range" in Mark McNairy's upcoming WWM F/W 2011 collection.  It's all pretty classic, extremely wearable and fits surprisingly well within the paradigm established by Daiki Suzuki.  Some coats should even look familiar - off hand, I spot the Mountain Parka.  We're obviously still waiting on everything else, but this makes me think we won't be let down.  Not that I thought we would be in the first place.  Enrico locked down the world premier so shout out to Italians making me feel bad about my blog.


-L.A.S

8 comments:

  1. All (v) good.

    Apart from that pony* leather.


    * & trap. Some of the boys on the firm outside the M25 may want to look that up. The smart money's on Babelfish not working either.

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  2. These jackets look nothing new and weak.

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  3. I mean, it's nice

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  4. Now it just looks like John Rich & Bros. Not that it's a bad thing but it went from two brands (WWM, JR&Bros) to one.

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  5. You know things are bad when Rugby does it better

    http://www.rugby.com/shop/item.aspx?productId=4465801&categoryId=3372179&cp=0

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  6. I think you may have put the wrong Rugby link up. The one listed links to a cardigan of the sort that'll be heavily discounted come season end.
    And even then your younger brother (and his clueless mate) will turn their noses up at it.

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  7. wow! I am surprise it is so...plain...I think any Japanese magazine readers who read stuff like Free&easy\ 2nd, can come up with clothes like these

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  8. Weak shit. Mark McNairy is overrated, yo!

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