Lee Jeans and Timberland have partnered in creating a 15-piece, duty-heavy collection, championing neutralism in fashion and its continuous adaptation over the eras, alongside the imperative connection that stabilises their roots. Spanning from archival references, both Lee and Timberland have flourished a plethora of greatly-crafted workwear staples. Materials are kept very traditional, yet they’re far from weary: in line with classic sartorial elements often delivered by the brands, Lee and Timberland face the twists and turns of modern product-enhancement, adding a purposefully practical take on functional dressing.
With a paramount focus on sustainability, the go-to fabrics selection features organic cotton, linen-flax, recycled polyester (for the yarns), recycled cashmere, and merino wool. Elsewhere denim shades are brighter, cleaner green-cast shades, minimising indigo throughout the dye process.
The style template embraces notions, revering off-duty practicality. Key styles include the Loose Crop Jean, a widely-cut cropped short proposition, emphasizing great ease. In addition, also featuring a recycled grey weft and a PFC-free water repellent coating, here to offer larger protection against weather conditions. Details incorporate a reflective binding on the edges of the side seam, providing extra protection. Standout pieces also include a Box Jacket, a straight-fitted denim jacket with patched hand pockets. Featuring similar sustainable denim details as the jeans, the jacket sits in line with a brushed printed blanket stripe, followed by a rust-toned corduroy at the collar and inside cuff, for added warmth.
The denim assortment spaces out with a broader selection, counting in a shoulder piece, side pocket sweatshirts, half sleeve t-shirt, accessories and more.