Glenfiddich Wardrobe XXI includes a pair of handmade boots by New York brand Feit, a cashmere popover shirt by Hamilton, an unstructured Tartan suit by Japanese brand Camoshita United Arrows, and an unstructured coat in Scottish tweed from London-based E. Tautz. All of the pieces mix aspects of traditional tailoring—like color, pattern, and craftsmanship—with more progressive and experimental ideas of shape, cut, and fabrication.
"Just because you appreciate history doesn't mean you're stuck in the past, and the clothes represent that," says Peskowitz. The collection, along with interviews with the men and women who inspired it, can be viewed at glenfiddich.com
Only 21 pieces of each item are available for sale exclusively at Magasin
in L.A., Gentry
in New York, FortyFiveTen
in Dallas, Meyvn
in Chicago, and Alchemist
in Miami. Even as far as limited editions go, that's pretty damn limited, so you'd better hurry.