Since moving the label to Japan, Tokyo-based Boys Co Ltd have reinvigorated Danton, inflecting inherited 20th-century French workwear with contemporary Japanese style cues. Many of the label’s most recent collections riff on the label’s workwear pedigree, playfully engaging notions of work and leisure.
This season, the label expand on their range of canvas and nylon accessories with more durable bags that expanding the purview of workwear with innovative materials and features. Elsewhere, as usual, Danton’s workwear heritage is on full display with updated takes on overalls, collarless jackets and work pants among dresses and easy pants that integrate workwear details into everyday staples.
Some pieces evince a certain timelessness so that updating them for the contemporary moment is less a matter of adding or subtracting certain elements as much as it is of subtle adjustments of shape and proportions. The Danton Women’s Insulation Jacket takes the iconic jacket liner of the M-65 military jacket and imbues it with Danton’s trademark understated elegance.
Though lightweight, thanks to its PrimaLoft® insulation and unobtrusive collarless neckline, this jacket presents itself as the perfect layering piece for autumn and winter. Here in the oyster white colourway, this jacket also features slant pockets at the sides with hidden zip closure and branded zip pulls; elasticated ribbed cuffs; ribbed neckline; adjustable drawstring at bottom hem with branded toggle; and the Danton red diamond logo screen-printed on the chest.
Made in Japan from 100% nylon. (PrimaLoft® insulation: 100% polyester)
Style Number: JD-8878 SBT.
Model is 175cm and wears size 38.
Level 1, 115 Queen St
Brisbane Q 4000
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