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22 January 2015

New Year, New Brands

With the international menswear trade calendar now in motion, the New Year welcomes new brands from around the globe to the eighth edition of Jacket Required.

Today we introduce a selection of collections from Europe, Japan and the US ready to join together from across footwear, outerwear, denim and casual tailoring at London's Old Truman Brewery to present autumn/winter 2015. 

See the full list so far on the Jacket Required Brand Page of the website.

Should you not yet have received an invitation to the next edition, taking place on 4 & 5 February 2015, please confirm your details on the Jacket Required website.



Eastland Made in Maine



Since 1955, three generations of the Maine-based Eastland family have been crafting timeless, casual leather footwear of the finest workmanship and quality standards. The Eastland Made in Maine USA Collection for autumn/winter 2015 continues to offer signature heritage styles. Each pair is handcrafted by local Maine shoemakers from the finest USA components available, most notably rugged Horween USA leathers; durable Vibram® outsoles; true leather welts; and American rawhide laces.

With a collection including premium men’s camp moccasins, USA-made chukka boots, boat shoes made in the USA and American made boots for men – each style is stitched solely by hand and eye by experienced shoe handsewers for authentic, footwear built to last with an appreciation of New England classic attitude.


Hawksmill Denim Co.




The Hawksmill Denim Co aims to create denim that doesn't date in terms of style, and instead becomes more beautiful with age.

Having built a successful career in menswear, most recently at Swedish denim company Nudie, Welshman Fraser Trewick set out on his own, to concentrate on the launch of his own label – Hawksmill Denim Co. Crafted on vintage Union Special sewing machines, the brand use only the best American and Japanese denim, its jeans are manufactured to the very highest standards and elevated attention to detail.


THE FOURNESS



Having designed clothing lines for A Bathing Ape, Fragment Design, Neighborhood, Adidas and Cash Ca – Tokyo born Kazuki Kuraishi’s own brand The Fourness launches its second collection into the menswear market for autumn/winter 2015.

With its brand name drawn from psychotherapist Carl Jung’s Four Functional Types of the psyche, a theory whereby personality traits can be measure through Feeling, Intuition, Thinking and Sensation – the label looks to satisfy a balance of all four. Focused on men’s fashion elements, pieces include tailored jackets and shirts with careful attention to detail, stitching and fabric choice to create a preferred silhouette with a laid-back tone. Combining Japanese and Western influences, this clean, casual collection provides distinctive pieces which satisfy both fashion and function.


Chippewa



Named after small logging town Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, in the upper Midwest United States, original heritage work boot brand Chippewa combine tough, modern durability found in contemporary outdoor products with the authenticity of American craftsmanship and work ethic. A supplier to engineers, builders, lumberjacks, bikers and the US Army since its launch in 1901.

Assembling vintage-inspired footwear for individuals who appreciate classic boots with a distinctive identity, Chippewa preserve its manufacture in the US using traditional methods and materials to create high-quality, timeless silhouettes for a modern American style.


Palto



Drawing inspiration from the often-forgotten values of the Italian way of dressing in which tradition, elegance and exclusivity are the main considerations, Palto revisits authentic Italian elements of style, tailoring, fabric choice and artisanal details customised to meet the demands of modern society.

With top coats and over coats offering indispensable protection from the winter cold, both in the country and the city, the autumn/winter 2015 Palto collection consists of considered valued garments that are distinctive symbols of elegance and exclusiveness.


Timothy Everest



Created in 1990, the Timothy Everest label celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2015, and marks the occasion with the launch of a new ready-to-wear collection of everyday tailoring.

Classic menswear constructions and styles are re-evalutated and re-worked to create a cohesive range of 25 crafted pieces. With garments including Harris Tweed parkas, travel macs, unstructured Ventile jackets and the introduction of tapered selvedge jeans – casual contemporary clothing reinterprets a renowned tailors aesthetic with sartorial attention to detail and a reflection of Everest’s understanding of the modern male’s sensibilities.


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