peacoats

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

11:30 pm

SHIPS Melton Peacoats

SHIPS is still on the mind. We pull this one from their online store. It’s a well made peacoat with contrasting buttons in nay blue or grey. A very classic jacket which is cut shorter than normal for the Japan…

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Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

10:30 pm

UNIS Waxed Peacoat

Here is a nice seasonal transition piece for those not so cold, not so warm days. NY’s UNIS breaks out a waxed military inspired peacoat to save the day. Finished in olive green, the cut is “simple” and clean for…

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Thursday, February 19th, 2009

2:30 pm

Max & Susanne Double Breasted Jacket

This Motorcyle/Pea coat hybrid looks like the type of jacket we’d only see in Japanese stores, but thankfully (or not so thankfully if you’re not in the USA) this is from an American store. The jacket is even hand made…

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Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

1:04 pm

Rehancer Convert Peacoats

With the number of peacoats on the market that simply translate their flavor solely based on silhouette, it’s great to see Japan’s Rehancer going to extremes by adding a some classic Nordic style fabric to the inner sleeves. A peacoat with some style – you could…

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Tuesday, December 9th, 2008

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

1:41 pm

Rykiel Homme Peacoat

There’s no shortage of pea coats at the moment, but the large majority are either grey, navy or black. That’s why this Rykiel Homme green peacoat is a great choice for a coat this season. The green is a great…

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Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

8:47 pm

Paul Smith Navy Peacoat

Given that Paul Smith’s clothing is described as ‘classic with a twist’, it’s not surprising that his pea coat will end up as the only navy pea coat to truly stand out from the crowd. While the standard Paul Smith…

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Thursday, November 13th, 2008

4:30 pm

J. Crew British Millerain Oilcloth Anchor Peacoat

We walked into the J. Crew Liquor Store in Tribeca, NYC this afternoon and discovered this bargain of a oilcloth peacoat. “All-weather casual in oiled cotton from the British Millerain Co. Ltd. (est. 1880). Double-breasted. Underarm metal eyelets for ventilation”…

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Wednesday, November 5th, 2008

Monday, October 20th, 2008

6:24 pm

Edifice Melton Blouson

Japanese brand Edifice have recently released their new collection of Blouson coats. Made using Melton – the material primarily used in pea coats – the single breasted buttoning adds a look of sophistication that other pea coats lack. The one…

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