Updated: May 10, 2020
We dropped in to Glasgow last month for a Jumbo Cord filled link up with the lads and lasses at Ivy Bricks.
Last month we linked up with photographer Aga Urbanska and Michael Sargeant from Ivy Bricks again in Glasgow to get some shots of these beautiful Jumbo Cord pieces. We took a walk around the Govanhill area of Glasgow and Aga shot some amazing pieces with the Ivy Bricks collective!
Michael has been collecting Stone Island for around 6 years and has owned some crazy pieces over the years. He started Ivy Bricks as a way to display his collection of vintage and modern Stone Island. Glasgow is the epicenter of fashion and culture in Scotland and Stone Island has become synonymous with the fashion scene in Scotland’s second city. The famous compass logo can be seen all across this vast city, from the working-class estates in the East to the city’s upmarket West End. Keep reading below for more details of the pieces we shot!
The corduroy overshirt has become somewhat of a cult icon, and it could be seen as one of the most hyped vintage pieces to date. We put together a selection of different styles and cuts of this iconic material for your viewing pleasure.
AW94 Double Pocket Overshirt:
A true Osti masterpiece and a timeless silhouette. Whilst Stone Island continue to model new season garments on this design, it still remains a classic. Constructed using a heavy low wale cotton corduroy it features a fully button down front and two breast pockets. Garment dyed in a deep forest green.
AW94 Button Down Shirt:
An extremely simple yet effective design, displayed here in a light smoke colourway. The shirt features marina anchor stamped buttons and the iconic compass patch to the left arm. The corduroy on this model is a lighter weave but still very deep set making for an amazing aesthetic.
AW94 Half Zip Pullover:
Definitely one of the rarer corduroy pieces produced by Stone Island. Put together using a very light corduroy fabric, accented by a half zip front and single breast pocket and finished by Osti's renowned garment dyeing process in this stunning salmon colourway.
We had a sick time meeting up with the Ivy Bricks collective in Glasgow and a special thanks to Aga Urbanska for the photography and Jodie Lapsley & Ryan Jones for modelling the pieces. Check out Ivy Bricks on Instagram for more of Michael’s collection.