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EA's most recent drop busts out intricately-constructed accessories hand-made from start to finish in the Garment District using "old traditions" under the wildly inclusive mantra "Clean Lines. Rugged Materials. Authentic finishes. Functionality. Hard-to-find fabrics", the latter of which James Cameron ingeniously terms Unobsuedeium. Autumn highlights
The Hudson Classic Messenger, a sturdy version of the old standby constructed from brown oxford heavyweight twill and featuring a leather bottom, handle, and strap, a newspaper sleeve, two magnet-fastened exterior pockets, and two closure straps with nickle plated brass buckles, but not brass knuckles, as those are unnecessary when you're strapped
The Ascoyne, an understated belt with brass buckles and rivets, leather on the underside/hole-end, and, looking like an old school jacket, a visible pattern of superfine herringbone beige Italian wool, though if it's as superfine as they say, you'll want to herringbone it yourself
The Standish, a slim, cool weather tie with a distinct UK countryside feel thanks to the charcoal wool outer that flashes red & blue tartan tips underneath (and you thought tartan tip flashing was only for the Scots)
They've also got a holiday line on its way stuffed with reversible bowties, luxe suspenders, and an overnight bag made from waxed cotton, leather, and ass...no, wait, brass!