Military nerds familiar with cult movie Ice Station Zero, will appreciate the new Griffin fall 2010 collection, since most of the warm and fuzzy outerwear was inspired by the 1968 classic. The London-based label also handpicked ’50s and ’60s American army uniforms from their archives for pointers, bonding traditional textiles with high-tech materials that are three layers deep, but feel as light as air. Griffin are working with Woolrich this season on some of fabrics including this red and black buffalo plaid, and the other ingredients (British Millerain dry wax cottons, corduroys and camos from Belgium, France, Germany and Finland) are just as lovely and toasty.
Griffin Fall 2010 Lookbook
POSTED February 23, 2010 11:28AM IN STYLE NEWS