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An array of Australian and NZ labels will be presenting this year at Capsule in New York on the 18th and 19th January. We wish the brands good luck, especially for up and coming Vincent & Vincent.


One of our staff copped a V&V (Vincent and Vincent) strand collar bomber jacket with strap neck and raglan zip pockets. It’s made from sheep nappa with a vegetable tan and full oil finish.

For those who may not be familiar with Perth label V&V, check out our post back in Feb.

The RRP on this garment is $719 and he is willing to let it go for $500, completely unworn and brand new.

The size is a smallish 48, measurements as follows
Pit-Pit= 20 inches/51cm
Shoulder-Shoulder= 19 inches/48cm

For more info and purchasing, please contact:
Will Salkeld

Definitely one to watch if your keen on leather, James and Isaac know their stuff. Based in Mt Lawley, Perth, they are producing some phenomenal vegetable tanned leather jackets using full cupro lining (no synth) and sturdy Japanese YKK zips. Their quality benchmark is 30 years and with employing time honoured manufacturing skill and carefully considered materials these are sure to last even longer.

Not only are they making a quality leather jacket but they are also utilising industry waste by-product from the meat industry, thus no animals are harvested for the value of their skins, hide, wool or fur.

Vincent and Vincent will be launching a complete website,, where further leather product care, repair and alteration information and services are available.

Nice work guys.

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