Toronto based brand United Stock Dry Goods has dropped their Fall/Winter 2012 collection lookbook. The collection is their second to date and is based on the collaborative efforts of Michael Cavaggioni and Sydney Mamane to fulfill their passion for quality garments and construction while maintaining an accessible price for the final consumer. The minimal and modern aesthetic of the pieces coupled with classic proportions and tailoring traditions, the collection has expanded to include outerwear, accessories, and shirting that builds on the foundations laid in their debut season. The collection consists of quality raw denim made from Japanese selvage and exported to the USA for final production and patterned button-downs and coats which are made here in Canada. Even though modern technical advances in production, an obsession with fit continues to be refined.
United Stock Dry Goods are available at Fred Segal Man, Odin, Need Supply, Journal Standard, Gravity Pope, Roden Gray, Ssense, Sydney’s, and Uncle Otis.