Eastie started in 2010 with a small capsule collection that offers tailored pieces for the modern journeymen and gentlemen. Spending mostly on defining their label that was a big hit to vintage enthusiasts, Eastie focused on producing a handful of colonial and work-wear inspired clothing that has given them a clear direction towards their design aesthetic.
Continuing their passion for original designs and penchant for the finer things in life, Eastie presents their third collection that is for Autumn/Winter 2011 season. The collection is represented with a good quality of materials that ranges from the finest Indian denim to the best linen available. Just to give you a clearer perspective with regards to their reference, the brand infuses an east-meets-west styling that reminisces the Colonial India and British Raj era. Pieces such as the solid navy canvas Bedford jacket, washed blue corduroy Yoshiro Pants, and the Victorian cut Norfolk shirt were among the few that stood out from the bunch.
Check out the lookbook after the click.