Those great Danes know how to make clothing, don't they? The Danish fashion gods, Norse Projects, have just dropped their latest Autumn-Winter line and it's ace, as per. Norse have moved away from the brighter, cooler palette of summer and replaced them with moodier, winter tones with plenty of navy, khaki and grey available. Household … Continue reading Norse Projects AW16
Grants.1856 have put away their fishermen friendly jackets for a while and are preparing you for the brief British Summer time with Universal Works' take on the Baker's Overshirt.
Here at GTE, we love a bit of camo. If you're also a good with-stander of the, 'oops I didn't see you there', puns then get a load of Realm and Empire's All Mapped Out collection. Taking graphical inspiration from the Second World War, Realm and Empire have created their own unique 'map camo' pulled … Continue reading Realm and Empire ‘All Mapped Out’
Sacré bleu, it's Arpenteur! Whether your carrying a fishing rod or an easel, or simply dressing like you do, Arpenteur have got you covered and their Spring-Summer 16 collection is now available from the good people at Kinoko store. Arpenteur have only been around for the past five years but they quickly had us all … Continue reading Arpenteur SS16 @ Kinoko
Reebok Classic dug deep in to the archive last August to bring the Aztec Runner back to life. Originally released back in 1979, the Aztec was reissued with great success in it's vibrant OG colour way. Earlier today, Size? reissued the classic in two exclusive, minimal looking colour ways featuring a lightweight mesh upper, overlays … Continue reading Reebok Aztec – size? Exclusive
The US of A has been providing quality, workwear inspired boots to the world for countless years. The latest brand drawn to our attention here at GTE are Crary Boots of Portland, Oregon. For the last 38 years, Bill Crary and his family have been making hand crafted, custom made boots and shoes for whoever … Continue reading Crary Boots
I just booked a trip to Amsterdam this summer and Amsterdam-born artist Pieter Janssen is showing why there is even more to the Dutch capital of culture than canals, museums and coffee shops. Never heard of him? That's because you probably know him as his nickname, Parra. His unique style, vibrant colours and notable collaborations … Continue reading Parra x Crescent Down Works