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TVS takes Hong Kong!
Designed to be worn over the uniform and webbing in the event of a gas attack.
Texan Joe and Ratso we salute you!
These bespoke ‘big toes’ were made for a customer whom never returned to collect.
The hero of the book is the proprietor of a hardware shop which is none other than the former F.W. Collins.
The Great-Great-Granddaddy of modern-day backpacks…
Industrial factory glitter glamour baroque pop underground Andy Edie Gerard silver balloons Campbell’s soup.
A cross between the Ghostbusters Stay Puft Marshmallow Man and Michelin’s Bibendum.
Unlike other outdoor clothing companies, Masland came to it relatively late.
This US Navy Mackinaw coat has ‘1st Beach Battalion’ stencil stamped on its lining.
In 1837 Augustus Siebe, German-born but living in England developed a Diving Helmet which sealed airtight to a rubber suit.
Revisiting the archive of Lawrence W Dagger.
Kicking off our final boots triptych, here is something for the ladies.
Shining a light on recurring design details.
What we have here is an altogether different condiment though.
Everest pictures and Yetis, what more could you want from a post!
This 1980s parka was made especially for the BAS.
Recognise your brands, marques to be reckoned with.
Rockall is an extremely small, uninhabited and remote rocky islet in the North Atlantic Ocean of which we had never heard.
A new addition to the archive.
Nothing like a white linen suit better evokes images of Graham Greene’s Our Man In Havana.
Here’s a nice Sealed Pattern Royal navy jumper, smock, crackerjack top dating from the First World War.
The Rolex Explorer is significant in the world of wristwatches.
Worthy of closer inspection are these two Dunn & Co. suits from the early 1960s.
Based on the wartime Royal Navy short shawl-collared duffle coats, this civilian ladies version dates from the 1950s.
Charlotte Perriand at the Meguro Museum of Art.
Dimitri Omersa and his wife Inge arrived in England in 1955 settling in a sanctuary for refugees in Hitchin, Hertfordshire.
Not to be confused with the more famous philosophy movement, and the likes of Camus, Sartre and Kierkegaard.
This one has the broad arrow on the label and interestingly is dated 1953.
These USAAF World War II-era survival radio transmitters were given the nickname because of their “hourglass” shape.
Olympic and Paralympic Games in London – 1948 and 2012.
While three’s a crowd, some things are just better in pairs.
Credibility, dependability and loyalty…
The Holy Grail of wax cotton jackets known as an Ursula Suit or Admiralty Suit.
“Torn from my coat I send to thee this war worn piece of old khaki”
“If you should be captured, these are your rights”
We have a real weakness for old wax jackets.
Some recent finds inspired the following…