Workshop Denim’s collection is trans-seasonal, timeless and effortlessly cool

When you consider menswear over the decades, quality essentials have remained at the forefront of shifting trends. As such, it is pieces rendered in durable, well-made fabrics (like denim) and styles that are universally flattering and inherently timeless that signal success for any closet, which is why the latest menswear collection from Workshop Denim is a welcome addition to our wardrobes.

At the heart of this sleek collection sit pieces that epitomise high-casual, tailored, men’s streetwear, fashioned from a raft of new fabrics. Carefully chosen for their quality and weight, textiles like a military cotton flannel, a wool blend and a Japanese Calvary twill result in pieces designed to be layered, that will last for many seasons to come.

As far as hero pieces go, one highlight is definitely the new Leather Collar Chore Jacket, cut from a wool blend melton with a genuine leather collar — the perfect, versatile outerwear. Also offered in a Japanese cavalry twill and military cotton flannel, it draws on traditional suiting elements with a modern aesthetic, integrating classic utilitarian styling with a clean, tailored fit. We think it is best paired with the matching cavalry twill Minimal 5 Pocket Straight Leg or the Slim Fit Selvedge jeans, a simple, elegant combination that will work for any kind of personal style.

Elsewhere, the Classic Engineer Shirt in a Japanese heavy cotton herringbone and military cotton flannel is a piece that speaks to the essence of the collection, embodying the ideas of elevated everyday wear, meticulous craft and thoughtful design that make this collection feel so timeless. After all, as people increasingly demand durability, sustainability and substance in their personal fashion, what could be more appealing than timeless design?

Encapsulating Workshop Denim’s focus on creating authentic clothes for real life, this new collection offers the perfect trans-seasonal line-up to see you through to next year, and beyond.


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