It takes a special kind of person to break a successful mold, or at the very least someone who really hates your Jell-O. Breaking their t-shirt mold to swaddle your entire body, Sixpack France. Previously a collab-minded graphic tee concern, Six has debuted their first cut & sew line with a collection called "Dust to Dust", not to be confused with "Durst to Dust", which just happened to Fred during a three-way with a donkey...seriously, go blog about it immediately! They've got the shawl-collared, wooden-buttoned Vercors cardigan in heather or black (also avail sans sleeves); the varsity-styled button-up Cosla, inspired by Lacoste jackets from '70s; and the nautical Amiral, cut from British Millerain waxed canvas w/ a gingham-esque "Navy Vichy" lining, because wearing that on the outside would be flat out de Gaulling. Less jacket-y are b-downs with various contrasting elements (epaulets, chest pockets, collar lining, plackets...), plus casual steez like a faded, red, contrast-stitched sweatshirt made from terry fleece, though stealing from a man-child of Bradshaw's intelligence isn't much to brag about. Rounding it out are a selection of 3/4 shorts that range from bright red to faded purple, plus a handful of same-colored chinos, because if there's one thing people hate more than your Jell-O, it's seeing what that Jell-O has done to your thighs.