Dukes Cupboard x Number Six Re-Cap

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Last weekend saw us play host to the chaps from Dukes Cupboard. The vintage designer experts held a weekend Pop-up. They took a break from their normal Soho spot to bless Brick Lane with some gems. After the first days trading, we welcomed Dukes and co in with some drinks in store. We want to thank the strong turnout of friends and customers it was a pleasure to see so many friendly faces. Of course, we can't forget Hop House 13 & Captain Morgans for keeping the drinks flowing for the evening. With some great retro & vintage sportswear on...

Number Six x Dukes Cupboard Party & Pop-Up

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Dukes Cupboard | Number Six | Free Entry | Pop Up | Party | Hop House Lager | Captain Morgan | DJs Number Six has teamed up with Vintage Sportswear kings over at Dukes Cupboard for a Weekend pop up. The guys will be bringing their West End market stall to East London. They will be fully stocked and ready to trade & buy old collectable bits. As well as selling them one of gems from the likes of Lacoste, Aquascutum, Ralph & Moschino. To see it in properly, we are having a little do in the store this Friday. Starting...

Jake: Always Here to Say Hello

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Last but by no means least in our Staff edition of Just Popped in to say hello is the head honcho, Jake. As the mastermind behind everything Number Six it's fair to say Jake probably has some nuggets of wisdom to share when it comes to the world of menswear & retail. We sat down and grilled him with our usual few questions. The answers.. What do you do? Jake: Window Washer / Cleaner at Number Six Your house is on fire, what do you save? Jake: As many clothes as I can carry! And my Camera... What are you...

Joe: Always Here To Say Hello

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Here we go, the latest of our Just Popped in to say hello feature. This time we have grilled our longest standing member Joe.  After two years at Number Six doing nearly every role it's safe to say he knows the place like the back of his hand. As Buyer Joe is responsible for providing all the delights we have to offer in store and online. Never to be seen without a hat, according to him due to his hairline, we wanted to get behind his trademark and find out a bit more about his wardrobe. We asked him our...

Matt: Always Here To Say Hello

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Carrying on from where we left off with Jan, we've taken our quick fire questions and quizzed Number Six new man Matt. As the latest addition to our team Matt is responsible for the shop floor and customer service. Without further or do here is what Matt had to say to our interrogation. The answers... What do you do? Matt: Store Assistant/E-commerce. I'm new to Number Six so I generally help out where needed and learn from the lads. Your house is on fire, what do you save? Matt: Girlfiend/Cat What are you wearing today? Matt: Reebok Classic Workout Plus, Edwin...

Victorinox: Multi fuctional Outerwear

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Victorinox has been going since 1884. The brand is renowned for their multi-tools. The famous cross & shield logo is known worldwide as a symbol of reliability & functionality. The clothing is new at Number Six for this season, therefore we're giving you a bit of information about it. Victorinox has recruited Christopher Raeburn to help bring the Swiss Army Knife to life in fabric form. The collaboration between the technical clothing expert and a brand steeped in heritage created a Modular clothing system perfect for all weather. Victorinox Modular System: The idea is that each piece of clothing can be...

Winter Session | New

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This season we are proud to introduce a few newcomers to our brand list. One of these newcomers is Winter Session. These guys come from Denver and make some of the best quality bags and leather goods we've seen. The motto of the brand is that they "make things for people who care about how things are made" a pretty good motto as far as we are concerned. Attention to detail: Each product is handmade in their storefront workshop in Denver. If ever you wanted proof in the pudding it's letting people watch you make your bags and wallets as...

Oliver Spencer AW16 - Music To Our Ears

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The Inspiration: Inspiration can be found in the most unlikely places. The Oliver Spencer AW16 collection found it in the form of Ginger Baker. Ginger Baker was the drummer and one of  the founding members the band Cream. Having been known primarily for his role in music, Ginger Baker was a man of great sartorial pedigree. Baker often led the way for British counter-culture fashion. While America had Easy Rider & Woodstock we had the likes of Baker. The Oliver Spencer AW16 collection is inspired in particular by Baker's trip to Africa. Ginger Baker's trip led him to work with the...

SEVERAL; SS17 at London Collections

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The Several SS17 show at London Collection Mens was another nod to times gone by. Set in a yellow and white cafe, the show offered a retro palette even Wes Anderson would envy. The brands attention to detail did not fall short at the clothing. Vintage magazines and papers alongside toast on the table all served as parts of the Several time machine. Furthermore the clothing featured was just as much a tip of the hat to Britain of post war times. Utilitarian work wear teamed with the aspirational trench coat & sunglasses blended industrial styles of the early 20th...

Libertine-Libertine SS16 Party

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First off, thanks to everyone who came to the Libertine-Libertine SS16 Party, it's always great to see so many friendly faces. For those of you who couldn't make it down here is a little taster of the evening. Showcasing the Libertine Libertine SS16 collection over a couple of drinks kindly provided by Brew Dog & Music from our friends in the north. We are big admirers of the brand and their hard work in always offering new and exciting collections, so you can imagine our pleasure in having the guys join us for the evening to give a bit more...

Attention To Detail: The Work Jacket

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For any of you with a keen eye you might have noticed we are partial to a work Jacket at Number Six. Now I can think of many things to thank the French for like French bread, the 1998 world cup winning squad and mime artists, however Work Jackets have to top that list. The History: Originating in France, the work jacket was a staple of the French countryside. The most well known form of the work jacket is the "Bleu de Travail" jacket, this is the iconic jacket with heavy indigo dye. This jacket became prominent in France and throughout...

Museum Arrives In Store!

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All the staff here at Number Six are big fans of Museum, so when the coats arrived in store we lost it. It seems each jacket has something about it that is beautiful in its simplicity, construction and specifications. It seems the folks at Museum have found a way to create coats that do exactly what you need, to be kept warm and dry no matter what. As a bonus theirs minimal branding, no unnecessary pockets and no useless frilly bits. We currently have two Museum coats, the 'Surplus Parka' what is museums 'Intermediate Zone' coat ideal for urban environments. Second is the 'New Seattle' coat what...

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