Online 29th October
Following on from the first instalment released earlier in the month, instalment 2 of our AW21 collection has seen us continue to play with layering & textures; including quilted cotton twills. Our new ‘Mindset for Purposeful Living’ lockup has been the driving force behind every piece this season- creating practical & purposeful clothing that lasts.
We’ve introduced our first-ever puffer jackets- a whole new style for the brand, updated our graphic t-shirts and reworked our best-selling Tour Jacket for the cooler months ahead.
Oh, our shallow fit beanies are back too- we know you’ve been waiting for them.
Our new AW21 graphics are now being printed onto our new 100% soft cotton jersey relaxed fit t-shirts that don’t just look good but feel good too.
We have created a new range of, what we’re calling in-house, P&Co hybrid t-shirts- combining old-school P&Co design with new brand direction and quality.
We’ve cleaned up our graphics- introducing classic illustrations, our new ‘mindset lock-up’ and more wearable versions of what we’re known for. Centrally aligned front prints and the offering of multiple colour-ways also open up a whole new variety of styling opportunities.
Getting the essential layering pieces right and up to the same standard as the men’s was something that was really important to us for this season- offering a slightly smaller but more thought out range including our 60% wool 5 gauge ¼ zip knit, and our quilted reversible liner jacket.
Born From Necessity
Our Lasdun Puffer Jackets have a number of weather-resistant qualities including a storm front & cuffs, and a toggled hem. They also feature a ‘down feel’ filling for ultimate insulation- making them warm enough to wear with just a t-shirt.
However, we’ve made sure to keep our versions to 2 neutral colours so they can be easily paired with a number of layering pieces & styles if that’s more your thing.
Mindset Tour Jacket
We’ve reworked our best-selling Tour Jacket for the cooler months ahead- adding an onion-quilted lining for ultimate insulation and warmth, and swapping to a more seasonal navy colour-way. We’ve kept true to the classic boxy silhouette of the ‘50s mechanic jacket that inspired it & the embroidered typography on both the left chest panel & reverse.