An exclusive first look at the brand’s upcoming capsule collection.
It’s been three decades since Dockers launched in San Francisco in 1986. And though the brand has seen its share of ups and downs—from explosive popularity to massive pleats and a general sense of Casual Friday malaise—it’s really come into its own again in the last few years. The fits have slimmed down, the style quotient has increased, and men around the world are once again buying what the company is selling (to the tune of an estimated 38 pairs of pants per minute this year). So what’s a brand that built its reputation on khaki pants to do when it comes time to celebrate its 30th anniversary? Go full khaki, of course. This Monday, Dockers is launching a capsule collection of pieces ranging from lace-up boots and leather-trimmed weekenders to two-piece suits and military-inspired field coats—all done up in the classic and versatile hue. Think of it as a foolproof way into tone-on-tone dressing. Or just think of it as a bunch of understated clothes and accessories that’ll work just as well together as they will with the rest of your wardrobe. Either way, you’ll be right.