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The Work­shop Denim AW 14 guy, or girl, isn’t nec­es­sar­ily headed out­doors but with camo prints, hand-dyed nat­u­ral indigo, warm and cosy duffel coats, cash­mere and merino knits and quilted blaz­ers in the of­fer­ing, out­doors isn’t just easy, it’s smart. There is a re­turn to some of the or­ganic and nat­u­ral tex­tile ex­plo­ration which has marked the brand’s de­vel­op­ment over the years as a company at the fore­front of util­i­tar­ian de­sign and pro­duc­tion. Per­haps most no­table is the es­tab­lish­ment of a for­mal work­ing part­ner­ship with a tra­di­tional hand- dyed indigo dy­ing fa­cil­ity in an an­cient vil­lage, just out­side Shang­hai in China. After all, indigo, for founder Chris Cherry, is a pas­sion which comes from a very deep well in­deed. www.work­shop.co.nz

OP­PO­SITE: Work­shop Denim Over­shirt, Slim­fit Selvedge jeans and Eb­bets Field Flan­nels 1954 base­ball cap THIS PAGE: Work­shop Denim Brushed Flan­nel Work­shirt, Slim­fit Selvedge jeans and Eb­bets Field Flan­nels 1954 base­ball cap

OP­PO­SITE: Work­shop Denim hand-dyed Slub Tee. THIS PAGE: Work­shop Denim duffel coat, Work­man Over­shirt, (and tied around waist), Slim­fit Selvedge jeans and Eb­bets Field Flan­nels 1954 base­ball cap

Photo: Damien Nikora Styling: Rachael Church­ward Groom­ing: Ste­fan Knight us­ing M.A.C Cos­met­ics and O&M Model: DJ at Red 11

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