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6876 x CASH CA 2014 Spring Summer Collection

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Having teamed up twice before, Japanese designer Kazuki Kuraishi‘s CASH CA has once again joined forces with British designer Kenneth Mackenzie’s London-based 6876 for a seasonal drop. Apropos of Spring/Summer 2014, the new collection pairs the duo’s penchant for technical outerwear with button-downs, graphic tees and sweats.

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6876 Conner Shirt

6876 have created this military inspired Conner shirt for Spring 2011. Combining traditional tailoring with military aesthetics and modernist design, the Conner is a top-notch piece of British-made shirting.

Take some traditional shirting materials, a smart collar, military styled chest pockets, taped seam shoulder and back yolk support and what do you get? The new 6876 Conner shirt, that’s what. This shirt is beautifully understated, packed with tiny attention to detail and design and yet it doesn’t scream in your face. As any good product should do, it sits quietly and basks in the secret knowledge that it is, in fact, better than the majority of the other garments in the room.

Available in two styles (a Blue check and a Grey stripe), you can get hold of one of these wonderful pieces of British-made tailoring for £125 direct from 6876 now. There’s even a sizing guide at the bottom of this post to help you out.

 

6876 Beacon Jacket

The 6876 Brecon is a modernist parka style with large lower bellows pockets and curved half bellows zip breast pocket and comes in two colours incorporating different fabrics first the khaki colour is made from M.O.D approved since 1783, Worsted Barathea 375 gram wool,custom made Japanese pine bark quilted lining and manufactured in England. Very limited production of which the Barathea is exclusive to the 6876 site. While the navy is made from cotton gabardine twill with PU coating, which makes it water repellant. Both jacket manufactured in 6876’s new premier london factory and can be found at the 6876 webstore in limited numbers. SlamXHype

R6 Weekender By 6876

R6 by 6876 Weekender Bag made from cotton canvas and the finest Bridle leather with brass components, as you would expect from the collaboration from 6876 and the Regent Belt company.
Featuring rolled leather carrying handles and buckle detachable canvas webbing shoulder strap. Large main compartment with zip closure, with zip pull featuring a leather toggle which can be attached to a brass stud when the bag is closed. Two outside stash pockets and one large zipped pocket on the inside. Large reinforced leather base comportment with two brass zips and 5 brass feet studs.

Freeman Brand 6876 Studio Visit

Just read a cool article on one of our favourite blogs Freeman Brand about a visit to the HQ of 6876. Any way I thought I would share it.

was kindly escorted to 6876’s London HQ by stylist and all-round good guy Mr. Glenn Kitson of The Rig Outon Monday of last week, to be introduced to the man behind the label, Kenneth MacKenzie.

Kenneth showed me around their studio and made me more than welcome in their space. I was lucky enough to be shown their plans for next year and walked through drafted plans of some upcoming projects. Kenneth believes strongly in quality not quantity, and for 6876’s next projects he’s been looking into the application of technical fabrics in a lifestyle, day-to-day context. He told me about his appreciation for simplicity, as can be seen throughout his wares and wants to continue to create wearable, practical attire.

The label doesn’t produce collections per season, they instead work product by product and tackle each new project with their full attention, not pushed by competitors or market trends. Kenneth has been looking into their archive for inspiration moving forward and went on to show me a variety of material swatches, archive pieces and proposed detail work for upcoming releases.

The level of attention paid to the smallest of features truly impressed me when visiting their HQ. This can be seen throughout their wares and is abundantly clear when looking over their collaborative efforts with Regent. The Regent collaboration has came under the guise of R6, a delightful marriage of 6876 aesthetic with the superior craftsmanship of Regent, some examples of which can be seen in the selection of images I was happy to capture on my visit.

Kenneth expressed a great excitement when talking of the R6 collaboration, and was so pleased to have made a connection that has allowed their label to realise products that previously couldn’t have been produced by their in-house team. The 2011 produce under R6 looks to be absolutely fantastic, they showed me a range of belts, lanyards, wallets and bags which are set to make a great impact when made available.

I can only but highly recommend keeping on eye on all things 6876 in the coming months, the plans I was shown thoroughly excited me and I genuinely can’t wait to enjoy their wares in person.

Words & Pictures FREE/MAN

Six Eight Seven Six Rusland Jacket


The 6876 Rusland jacket is a collaboration with Welsh sustainable brand Arcend. Manufactured in England utilising 200gram Ventile with Ykk Reverse coil zips and a choice of custom made re-used leather or hand made natural birch bark cord pullers. 

The Rusland has been developed meticulously representing a fusion of the 6876 modernist aesthetic and timeless sportswear principles. Total production is  60 garments on this so dont sit around. 

Product images are complimented by friend of the TSR Neil Bedford‘s location photographs.

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R6 By 6876 Hemi Back Pack

Simple….I NEED! Buy at Oi Polloi for 249 of our British Pounds

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