Mamnick is a brand from Sheffield, England who do really nice shirts and every-day accessories. They do the simple things well and produce some seriously fine wares in limited runs. Their current line is fairly limited, stemming from from the fact that, for them, quality takes precedence over everything else. They’re learning to walk before they can run, and they seem to have broken into a pretty confident swagger in the past few months with news of their “Made in Japan” Black Label due for release this Spring. I don’t want to fawn over Mamnick too much because it’s not their style, they just take care of business in a really refreshing and understated manner.
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