Taylor Stitch’s fashionable know-how has displayed itself through several collaborations, but its holiday capsule with Bergdorf Goodman’s senior fashion director is the Bay Area brand’s grandest statement to date.
Bruce Pask served as the new collection’s curator, managing to muster up a variety of seasonal staples for the premium department store’s shop-in-shop, B. To no surprise, Pask reveres the brand’s “great mix of utility, durability, and design,” a trio of elements that are hard to overlook when it comes to Taylor Stitch. Moreover, the seasonal drop features a wide array of high-end garments built to stand the test of time (and trends). While there are thirteen pieces to choose from, the main draws are a pair of luxurious jackets: The Ojai Jacket and the Wright Jacket. These silhouettes are two of TS’s most popular offerings, but they are seeing a major rehaul — for the better.
Starting with the Ojai Jacket, a functional piece of outerwear inspired by the timeless chore coat, which is now crafted in supple, cognac-shaded suede for the first time, a notable upgrade from the corduroy-crafted iterations we’ve seen. Next in line is the Wright Jacket, an upscale take on the traditional bomber composed of sheepskin shearling and finished in a brooding shade of brown perfect for this time of year. Additional pieces include the pictured Fisherman’s Rib sweater, sturdy twill pants, and several shirts.
Taylor Stitch’s collaboration with Bergdorf Goodman’s B. Shop is available on the latter’s webshop today, starting from $125.