Tag Archives: Bomber

Givenchy Multi-Pocket Bomber Jacket

Givenchy Bomber | The Style Raconteur

Givenchy‘s Multi-Pocket Bomber Jacket is an all-black nylon outerwear piece with numerous pockets on the front and arms. The body is made of polyamide and polyurethane, with a viscose and cotton lining on the inside. This bomber features matte black hardware, two oversized keyrings with textile loop, lined interior pockets, a stand-up collar, ribbed hems and cuffs, and a front zip fastening. Finally, the fashion house’s signature Givenchy cross logo is embroidered as fine detailing on the back. Available now..

Stone Island Garment Dyed Flowing Camo Bomber Jacket

Stone Island SS15 Camo Bomber Jacket | The Style Raconteur

A new running theme or side collection for Stone Island this continues for Spring Summer 2015 with an design inspired by an indonesian  camouflage from the 1960’s. The garment that stands out for me is the simple bomber jacket, the fabric is a double weave military-spec fabric, made with a cotton / nylon blend weft and a linen warp, which has then been treated inside to create a light level of wind and water resistance. A classic, athletic design, it is equipped with two welt pockets, a ribbed collar, cuffs and hem and is finished with of course the detachable logo patch at the arm. Art 6215/41764 for you SI Geeks out there.

A Bathing Ape x Alpha Industries MA-1 Bomber Jacket

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A Bathing Ape has long held an affinity for authenticity and in doing so has rightfully sought out some of the industry’s best including Alpha Industries. Having been an important purveyor of combat-ready apparel, Alpha Industries’s iconic MA-1 is modified by A Bathing Ape to reflect a more fashion-forward fit with a slimmer profile. Available in both black and classic olive, the jacket is available now at select BAPE STORES around the world.

YMC Leopard Print Jacket

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YMC smashes it with a bold interpretation of the classic bomber as it incorporates a leopard print pattern. Crafted from quality cotton twill, this casual piece is a vibrant addition into any man’s wardrobe, and as ever with YMC, the attention to detail is excellent, with two buttoned hand pockets and elasticated cuffs and hem. Its also coming in a reversed subtle version.

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Wolsey Addy Cardigan

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British Heritage brand, Wolsey’s knitwear is looking canny good for Spring Summer 2012. ‘Addy’ is a cardigan that updates the classic vintage bomber jacket with a contemporary shape. Featuring double folded cuffs & hemline detailing with slanted side pockets. The gold front fastening snaps on the cardigan give it an understated edge. This garment is given a modern look with a clean on-trend boxy silhouette. Made in a 100% cotton and available in two colour-ways wine & navy… ideal for you to sport a cardigan without having to fill the pockets with toffees like your granddad. Check out Addy and the rest of the knitwear here

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Maison Martin Margiela Suede And Leather Bomber Jacket

Fashion label Maison Martin Margiela’s avant garde design leaning shines through with the latest Spring 2012 collection. One of the notable pieces from the range comes in the form of the Suede and Leather Bomber Jacket. Featuring the iconic profile and tailoring of a traditional bomber jacket, the newest jacket boasts a refined and luxurious twist. This unique navy blue Suede and Leather Bomber Jacket is constructed from a combination of fine deer and lambskin leathers that subtly contrast each other between the sleeves and body. The bomber is made in Italy, and can be purchased at online fashion boutique MR PORTER, for £1,355 GBP buy here

ACNE Lazer Shearling Bomber Jacket

In search for the perfect jacket? Then look no further than ACNE’s Lazer Shearling Bomber, it is by all accounts the best looking outerwear piece that we’ve seen over the course of the past few months. Maybe the most attractive aspect of the jacket is its simplicity, and like the saying goes – less is always more.