Always go to see a new range from this label, and the Anglozine winter clothing collection really doesn’t disappoint.
Like Capirari, who I featured recently, this isn’t the cheapest range out there, but it is incredibly well made. I’m still wearing clothing from the original collection, and it still looks like new. You get what you pay for sometimes.
As ever, the range isn’t overtly Mod, but it is broadly 1960s in inspiration, with the latest range focusing on the late 1960s, a mix of new designs and some much-loved older pieces reworked. And of course, with this being a winter collection (season nine and going by the name of Nowadays Almanac), the designs are a little heavier for the elements.
Anyway, enough of the talk; let’s look at a few of the designs that have appeared or reappeared this season.
The much-loved Jook knit is back but as a crew neck sweater. An Italian-made sweater, it is made from 100% Shetland wool and is limited to just 24 units. £200 for that. You can also get it as the earlier cardigan too in orange and a grey option too for £220. Again, a limited edition of 24.
The Richmond jacket is a favourite of mine, limited to 48 units and made in London of wool and polyester. You can get it in plain blue too.
Just 24 of the chequerboard T.E.C Mock turtle neck jumpers in two colours, each made in Italy from merino wool. £200 for that.
The versatile Yard zip shirt too, which is made in East London from chambray cotton. £110 for that.
Much more, too, with other designs coming soon. If you want a full look, check out the Anglozine website. Worth checking the sale sections for some markdowns of last season’s design too. Some Anglozine discounts on the Farfetch website too.
Also, if you want to know more about the label and its inspiration, I did an interview with founder Reuben Billingham that’s very insightful on that front.