September 2012

Diesel + Ducati collection

Yesterday we showed you the new Ducati, Diesel Monstor motorbike – today we are showing you the clothing collection, which if you loved the bike, you will love just as much! This mythical partnership is also commemorated with an eye-catching collection of duel-branded urban biker apparel, dedicated to addicts of life in the adventure lane and devoted enthusiasts of the two great Italian brands. Comprising essential slim-fitting biker jackets, sweats, tees, a unique five pocket in raw denim and a complete set of accessories, every piece of the collection is... Read More

Ducati and Diesel create a whole new Monstor

We don’t sell motorbikes but if we did we’re pretty certain we’d stock Duccati + Diesel‘s new Monster. It looks the nuts. The partnership between the two iconic Italian brands Diesel and Ducati began in 2011 when Diesel became an official sponsor of the Ducati Moto GP racing team. Both brands naturally share the same core values and attitude: creativity, individuality, innovation and audacious courage. The fruit of this collaboration, the motorbike and the collection, is a celebration of style that offers an avant guarde choice for the connoisseurs of... Read More

VIDEO: Barbour + William Morris Prints = instant classic.

Textile designer and decorative visionary William Morris's 19th century floral prints make their clothing debut in this season's Lifestyle collection from Barbour. Balancing Morris's twin ideals of utility and beauty, Barbour's Autumn Winter 2012 garments include a perfect little tweed jacket to wear with jeans, the Winter Force parka, a cute duffle coat, and joyful versions of Barbour's waxes and quilts. Some of the Autmn/Winter range has already landed at Brother2Brother – and we are expecting more deliveries in the next couple of weeks….. watch this space :o) This great... Read More

Stone Island AW2012: Tela Stella 30th Anniversary Special

Tela Stella: the genesis, the origin. In 1982, Stone Island was founded with just one fabric in 6 bicolour versions. Thirty years later, the exact replica of a piece from its first collection is available, in the fabric inspired by a study on the technical and functional features of tarpaulins for military trucks. This cotton cloth is impregnated on both sides with contrasting pigment special resins. The fabric then undergoes a long lasting enzyme wash to achieve a faded aspect. The result is a wind resistant material, with the flavour... Read More