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Anerkjendt – The new brand from Denmark

                    Anerkjendt is the brand to watch; Launched by Per Johansen, founder of men’s young fashion brand Humör, Anerkjendt’s first collection will hit Attic Clothing for Autumn/Winter 2012. The collection is fairly far removed from Anerkjendt’s sister company Humör. What you can expect is a mature and varied collection of fabrics, fits, washes and themes. The first collection takes inspiration from nature; with earthy tones, washed fabrics, elements of Najavo patterns, and lots of beautiful detailing; including leather tabs, wooden buttons... Read More

FARAH

The Farah Brand was born in the 1920s but it was not until the 1970s in the UK that it reached the cult status it holds today. The original Farah Slack made from Hopsack canvas became an immediate hit with the youth of Britain: Slim cut, sharply tailored and featuring stain resistant technology, the trouser was unlike anything available at the time. Momentum for the brand grew and in the1980s Farah became a must have label amongst fashion savvy hipsters, including the Mods, Skins, Sticksmen and Rockabillys. Seen on the... Read More

Levi’s Vintage (LVC) hits Inverness and online store!

Another legendary brand hits atticclothing.com and instore at our inverness store. Levi’s is the brand that brought jeans to the people. The story goes out in the old wild west, Jacob Davies (a tailor) is asked to make a pair of pants that wouldn’t fall apart, A tall order, however Davies does precisely this by creating a trouser that uses heavyweight durable, duck cotton and rivets at the points of strain to produce a truly strong and hardwearing, not to mention highly functional pant. the basis of what would become... Read More