Woolrich Inc., one of America’s oldest outdoor clothing companies and leading manufacturer of outdoor lifestyle apparel, and Woolrich Europe, licensee of the brand for Europe and Asia, owned by W.P. Lavori in Corso, will merge into Woolrich International, a new holding company responsible for leading and increasing growth of the Woolrich brand, both in the North American market and worldwide. The agreement includes all of the entity’s industrial assets, the rights associated with the brand

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SLYDES Founded in 2014 and launching its second collection for Spring Summer 2016 is ultimate summer sandal that’s traversing the seasonal trends and taking the fashion world by storm and the laid back look into all the best retailers across six continents. Equally happy strutting its stuff alone or with strategic sock in place, the Slyde is boldly going where fashion once feared to tread… and this time it’s leaving a style footprint that’s gonna

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Woolrich is one of America’s oldest companies and the oldest manufacturer of outerwear in the U.S. Almost two centuries after it was founded the brand still finds space for innovation on even its most recognizable products and for Fall/Winter ’16, it’s reinvented the classic Arctic Parka. Intriguingly the update has refined the coat rather than add contemporary new features. The Arctic Parka No Fur (its name is a dead giveaway) is the parka’s first fur-free

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Cheap Monday is having a good year. Apart from being on our radar for all the right reasons these past 12 months, the Swedish fashion and denim label recently made headlines for taking a step towards a more sustainable approach to its fashion business through its one-off C/O Cheap Monday recycled handmade collection. This, along with the brand’s second capsule collection, “Stars In Their Eyes”, features alongside Cheap Monday’s pre-fall 2016 “Not Me!” drop and

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For over 165 years, Woolrich has produced the Buffalo Check pattern at our woolen mill in central Pennsylvania. The pattern was first introduced in 1850 with our now iconic Buffalo Check Wool Shirt. An instant hit with workers and outdoorsmen alike, the rugged piece quickly became synonymous with quality and dependability. But what about that Buffalo Check pattern? Where did it come from, and why is it called Buffalo Check? As recognized manufacturers of The

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