Introducing Post Overalls
New to menswear we have another of New York's finest. Both the genetics and aesthetics bare a close resemblance to basement favourite, Engineered Garments, but when it's as good as this, more is definitely a welcome thing.
Like Engineered, Post Overalls is led by a Japanese designer and based in Hell's Kitchen in close proximity to some of America's finest garment manufacturers. Takeshi Ohfuchi developed his obsession with workwear from America's golden era of production as a teenager; wanting to wear the 'real stuff' from the American movies he grew up watching back in Japan. Today he is dedicated to producing the same 'real stuff', replicating every stitch and every button while subtly tweaking a design here and there to fit the character and frame of today's slightly rumpled modern man.
Highlights from our first buy include the royal traveller waistcoat in navy wool melton and the triple-stitched, bar-tacked engineer's jacket, available in navy wool melton and tabacco duck canvas.