Britain's long been exporting its fashion stateside, from constrictive Victorian corsets, to ruffly Beatles blouse-shirts, which only took people's breath away in disgust. Bringing America way cooler English gear: AllSaints Spitalfields.
Hawking decidedly Euro-influenced, "vintage inspired" garmenting, AllSaints' first foray into DC comes via a massive Georgetowner decorated with ram skulls (the brand's logo) and fittingly old-school machinery like printing presses, looms, and Singer sewing machines, also what you get when give your grandma Red Bull, and scarf season is fast approaching. Summer pants include tapered, ink-colored chinos with a vintage finish, while shorting runs from Italian-clothed half cotton/ half linen blends with a light crush finish, to sand-colored thigh-lengthers dubbed the "Growl Deck", aka every non-cabin area of DMX's boat. Warm-weather shirts are highlighted by a 1/2-sleeve, dark blue chambray number, an all-cotton job with workwear details and fish-eye buttons, and a slim fit, 3/4-sleeved nautical striper called the "Walton Boat", which despite Bill being a UCLA Bruin, still sees less growling than DMX's boat.
Lest anyone see your embarrassingly American feet, they've also got a wax-treated, purposefully worn-looking, 100% leather desert boot, not to be confused with a dessert boot, which is what people do upon seeing your pirate shirt post-dinner.