Garbstore has partnered with Manchester makers Private White V.C. for an exclusive rainwear capsule designed to combat the unpredictable nature of the British weather.
For all kinds of Drizzle
The 3-piece Ventile®- constructed collection consists of a 100% waterproof single-breast mac, a fully-lined spacious tote bag and a traditional Manchester-design bucket hat, all of which are produced using the world’s most sophisticated cotton.
The limited-run collaboration champions the best of British manufacturing with the collection being handmade in Private White’s iconic 127-year-old red-brick factory, in Manchester.
The limited-run collaboration champions the best of British manufacturing with the collection being handmade in Private White’s iconic 150-year-old red-brick Manchester factory.
The marriage between the two brands stems from a shared respect of military design and vintage workwear with both design teams using their experience of traditional British craftsmanship. The two brands aimed to create a made-to-last rainwear collection that takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to Britain’s spring-time April showers.
Established in 2009 by Cho Nadan, Park Inwook and Choi Jonkyu, the Korean brand has spent over a decade gaining traction whilst defining a niche within the landscape of contemporary streetwear.
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