From canvas field jackets and twill down parkas to travel-ready toiletry bags, Dunderdon clothing and accessories redefine workwear. We’re not talking baggy overalls here: Fit, like function, is a crucial consideration for Dunderdon and its Swedish founder, carpenter/designer Per-Ivan Hagberg. So whether your job takes you to the office or the workshop, rest assured that these wares will keep you looking your best while you’re getting things done. Launched in 1997 with a line of pants designed to withstand the demands of artisans and craftsmen, Dunderdon has grown into a full collection of tops, bottoms, outerwear, and other goodies for both men and women.
Get outfitted for fall—totally and completely—with this rangeb of tees, jackets, trousers and more apparel essentials from talked about brands like Dunderdon, Descendants of Thieves, Unionmade and more. There;'s everything here from mock pocket henleys to varsity jackets to rugged chinos to versatile tees. Everything you could need, or want.
Military gear is the foundation of modern men’s apparel — from the bomber jacket to the business suit. That influence is on full display in this selection of jackets, cargos, tees, and backpacks, in olive, khaki, brown, and, of course, camo. However enthused you are about its history, one thing’s for sure: This stuff just looks cool.
Swedish carpenter-turned-designer Per-Ivan Hagberg’s line of clothing is proof that you don’t have to sacrifice style in the name of utility. Form and function go hand in hand in this selection of sturdy, but smart, workwear. These shirts, shorts, and trousers in slim, modern fits will stand up to whatever you can throw at them. Which is great, because they're so good looking you'll want to hang on to the apparel for years.
Wearing a cardigan is no longer relegated to retirees and the late Mr. Rogers. It’s an increasingly versatile second layer, especially as the weather transitions from winter to spring. Just make sure to keep your cardigan slim to avoid adding unnecessary bulk under your jackets. Featuring boldly patterned cardigans from Schott Bros. and Marc Jacobs, as well as slim numbers from Fred Perry, John Varvatos USA, and more, this selection will help you achieve that timeless style without feeling like you need to file for Social Security.