by Jamison Aweau / November 27, 2013
For 2013 fall/winter, Brooklyn Circus has produced the “Moto-Varsity,” a hybrid offering blending motifs of a motocycle jacket with a varsity jacket. The outerwear piece features a Melton wool body and quality leather sleeves, while the interior sees a quilted lining and welted pockets. Elsewhere, ribbed leather cuffs and collar furthers its athletic design. The New York label will be releasing the jacket in brown and black exclusively at The Brookyln Circus‘ two retail locations on Black Friday.
The Brooklyn Circus/BKc story begins in 2006 in a quaint neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York with the aim to strengthen consumers’ appreciation for classic aesthetics and antique motifs whilst upholding the pillars of modern design within a hundred year plan. With time-tested values of classic American craftsmanship, a love for urban tradition, vintage sensibilities, and an endless search for the timeless silhouette, the empowerment and authenticity. Founded by graphic designer Ouigi Theodore and developed by an arsenal of visionaries fueled by a common purpose, this bustling junction of style and character is always an experience.
Beyond embracing techniques of timeless craftsmanship and sophisticated simplicity, The BKc fosters creative relationships, providing a social sanctuary for open-minded forward-thinkers. Every cuff of trouser, roll of the sleeves, and peaking pocket square is connected to a greater story, as they’ve succeeded at tailoring not only cloth and fabric, but lifestyles. With flagships now in Chicago and San Francisco, The BKc’s inspirational clout has solidified its cult following which has grown exponentially and globally.