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Engineered Garments Autumn/Winter 2014 Lookbook

September 1st, 2014

Fusing elements from a broad spectrum of influences including heritage workwear, military uniforms and archival sportswear, Engineered Garments is a certified favourite here at END. HQ and one of the most anticipated drops of the season.

Established in 1999 by legendary Japanese-design Daiki Suzuki, each Engineered Garments collection is a lesson in layering, channeling the phalanx of influences into some of the most innovative and captivating menswear on the planet.

Famed for his considered approach to fabrics, cuts and functionality, Suzuki professes the brand’s name came from a pattern maker who remarked that the clothing was ‘”more engineered than designed”.

Over the years Suzuki’s collection have become more refined, eschewing the rigid constrains of honestly replicating vintage silhouettes to create more contemporary, street-ready designs. Autumn/Winter 2014 is no different with classic cuts transformed with distinctive patterns, colours and materials all adding to the revered Engineered Garments aesthetic.

The Engineered Garments Autumn/Winter 2014 collection is due to land early September 2014. For more information, please email us at info@endclothing.co.uk.

Nike Air Trainer Huarache Premium

September 1st, 2014

Like the Flyknit, Flywire, and Air technologies proceeding it, the Nike Huarache platform was born in performance running and swiftly applied to other sport categories.

Designed under the lens of reduction, the Huarache platform was one of Nike’s earliest attempts to give athletes exactly what they need to perform and nothing more.

Twenty-three years after the debut of the Air Huarache, Nike Sportswear reintroduces shoes that combine the functionality of South American sandals and the fit of neoprene waterski boots – the Air Huarache Trainer.

Having successfully created a basketball rendition of the Huarache, legendary designers Tinker Hatfield and Eric Avar set out to create a cross-training shoe as well. The upper utilised a similar exoskeleton-innersleeve combination — with one addition.

Recognising the need for superior lockdown during resistance training and aerobic activities, a mesh strap was added, giving birth to boundary-smashing performance footwear.

The minimalist design of the Huarache dramatically reduced weight and inspired a new generation of Nike footwear designers to create footwear stripped to only the necessary components for elite performance.

Release Information
Name: Nike Air Trainer Huarache Premium
Colour: White/Dark Emerald-Black-Medium Berry
Style Code: 647591-100
Launch Date: 4th September 2014

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Beams Plus Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection

September 1st, 2014

Established by Tokyo-retailer BEAMS in 1999, the Beams Plus imprint has become one of the most recognisable and famous brands to come out of Japan in the last few decades.

Known for their bold reinterpretation of timeless pieces, the brand takes direct influence from military uniform, collegiate designs, traditional British tailoring and rugged Americana pieces to create a holistic collection that is produced with a view to get better with age.

The Harajuku-based brand’s deep knowledge of the annals of menswear and its plethora of reference points certainly shines through for their Autumn/winter 2014 collection, melding classic styles with innovative, off-the-cuff detailing you’d come to expect.

The new season collection is awash with wardrobe essentials and accessible outerwear, the classic M-65 Jacket being reworked in a traditional navy and military-inspired camouflage print whilst a heavy emphasis knitwear is also give both traditional and camo iterations. The range is rounded off with a broad selection of shirting as well as contemporary accessories.

The Beams Plus Autumn/Winter 2014 collection is now available online.

Nike x fragment design Court Apparel Collection

August 29th, 2014

Following on the coattails of their recent footwear collaboration, Nike and Japanese creative collective fragment design team up to present the complementary Court Apparel Collection.

Focusing upon introducing imagination and invention into generic tenniswear, the sportswear giant and design legend Hiroshi Fujiwara share an idealistic ethos of ‘future heritage’.

Launching in time for the U.S. Open, the collection takes cues from the sport’s simplistic aesthetic, the Court Collection’s Fujiwara-designed apparel includes a trio of silhouettes: the Court 1/2 Zip Jacket, Court Herrington Jacket and Court Polo.

Executed in combinations of deep navy blue and stark white, each piece has the demands of the elite athlete in mind with lightweight construction and ergonomic fit as well as a nod the everyman with sleek tailoring and utilitarian pockets.

The Nike x fragment design Court Apparel Collection launches 9th September 2014. For more information, please email us at info@endclothing.co.uk.

Nanamica Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection

August 29th, 2014

Reinterpreting a selection of military inspired designs, alongside tailoring classics and their signature technical outerwear, the latest from Nanamica has landed here at END.

For AW14 head designer Eiichiro Homma has returned to some of his favourite performance fabrics across a range of his staple silhouettes and bold new designs.

Inspired by traditional tailored designs, the Windstopper Duffle Coat and Pea Coat bring two all time great outerwear designs bang up to date, with wool blend shells backed up with Windstopper technology, finished off with a selection of carefully considered, authentic detailing.

Continuing to bridge the worlds of traditional and cutting edge outdoor wear, the Field Jacket appropriates the same astutely selected detailing, translating them onto pieces constructed from high performance technical fabrics.

Topping off the collection is a solid roster of their staple designs, expertly executed jackets like the Gore-tex Short Soutien Collar Coat and the all time great Gore-tex Cruiser Jacket, both of which are immaculately finished and truly built to last.

Online now, head to the Nanamica section to take a proper look at the latest from Japan’s finest.






Nike Kobe IX Low ‘China’

August 28th, 2014

2014 has seen the popularity in the Kobe Bryant’s ninth signature shoe with Nike rise immeasurably following the recent successes of the ‘Hyper Grape’ and ‘Beethoven’ releases.

The latest iteration in the Kobe IX Low pays homage to the NBA legend’s recent trips to China with a vivid red make-up. Maximising its flyknit uppers to full effect, the Kobe IX ‘China’ is enhanced by orange and black accents, gold foil swoosh and a fresh white Lunarlon sole unit.

Release Information
Name: Nike Kobe IX ‘China’
Colour: University Red/Metallic Gold/Black
Style Code: 683251-670
Launch Date: 30th August 2014

For more information, please to email us at .

Nike Air Huarache OG ‘Scream Green’

August 28th, 2014

Having been treated to a plethora of new colourways in 2014, the Nike Air Huarache finally returns in one of its classic colourways – ‘Scream Green’.

Originally released in 1991, the Tinker Hatfield designed runner stays faithful to its OG design for this reissue. Constructed from white mesh and grain leather uppers, the design is enhanced by way of the green and blue neoprene bootie with a matching Air sole unit and contrast black TPU support cage.

Release Information
Name: Nike Air Huarache OG ‘Scream Green’
Colour: White
Style Code: 318429-100
Launch Date: 30th August 2014

For more information, please to email us at info@endclothing.co.uk.

Nigel Cabourn Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection

August 27th, 2014

For AW14, Nigel Cabourn has returned to the heroic age of Antarctic exploration and authentic British Military apparel that has influenced a great deal of his work, celebrating artisan British craftsmanship with a selection of new designs and staple pieces.

Debuting some of the designs we first got to see during our visit to the Garden House earlier on this year, the collection is entirely produced in the UK, constructed from hand selected and exclusively developed fabrics.

Encompassing his carefully considered shirting, hand crafted knitwear and world renowned outerwear, the first drop from this seasons collection is full to the brim with new versions some of his much loved designs.

A design with as rich a history as the heroic individuals that inspired it, the Mallory Jacket received its current moniker after the body of George Mallory was finally recovered from the slopes of Everest after his ill fated final adventure and is back for AW14 in authentic Harris Tweed, celebrating the incredible craftsmanship found in the British Isles.

Another cult classic piece, the The Cameraman Jacket was worn by Wilfrid Noyce on his numerous photographing expeditions to Everest and the AW14 iteration keeps to the original design with an authentic Mackintosh fabric upper and a lower section made again from Harris Tweed.

Topping off the collection, the Everest Parka is back in its classic guise and in a new Oil Cloth make up, stuffed by hand with the highest grade goose down, while the collar is backed with thick sheepskin and the hood is trimmed with genuine coyote fur.

Online now, head to the Nigel Cabourn section now to explore the latest from this legendary British designer.






adidas Consortium Primeknit Pure Boost – Autumn/Winter 2014

August 27th, 2014

A marriage of two of the three stripe brand’s latest technological offerings – the Primeknit and Pure Boost sole unit – the eponymous adidas Consortium Primeknit Pure Boost is back again for Autumn/Winter 2014.

This instant classic features an adidas Boost technology sole unit made from a unique cushioning system that actually stores and releases energy thousands of finely tuned ‘energy capsules’ held within the foam. Designed and constructed without a sock liner allows you to stand directly on Boost cushioning for maximum comfort and responsiveness.

Complementing the sole unit is the extremely light Primeknit upper available in two colourways. Featuring a combination of tight and open knit executions to create a breathable, form-fitting and subtly textured upper, the runner all of which is finished the ZX-inspired heel cage unit for maximum support.

Release Information
Name: adidas Consortium Primeknit Pure Boost
Colour: Black (B35163) / Grey (B35164)
Launch Date: 6th September 2014

For more information, please to email us at info@endclothing.co.uk.

END. x Wood Wood Capsule Collection – A Closer Look

August 27th, 2014

The silent figure at the heart of every collaboration, the END. X Wood Wood capsule collection looks to celebrate that incredibly powerful symbol, the ‘X’.

‘X’ – The Roman numeral for 10, the international symbol for collaboration and in this rendering also a reference to the passage of time (hour glass / eternity symbol). The capsule riffs on that ubiquitous ‘X’ and resurrects a classic print from the Wood Wood archives. The collection celebrates both END.’s upcoming tenth anniversary and cements our longstanding relationship with the Danish brand.

“We have been working with END. since the beginning, and they have always been very supportive of our brand. Both companies have grown and evolved over the years, but we still maintain a strong relationship and we were happy to contribute to the 10-year anniversary celebrations. Lots of respect and congratulations from Copenhagen!” – Brian SS Jensen, W.W.

Comprising a range of classic Wood Wood styles, alongside a selection of new designs, the capsule collection touches on refined outerwear, contemporary shirting and jersey pieces with brand new graphics screen printed in Denmark.

The capsule collection launches online at 00:01am (BST) Saturday 30th August.









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