Introducing: Uniformes Generale


Uniformes Generale have been quietly working away for some time now, building up to this week’s big launch of their debut collection.

The brand’s first release is a combination of printed tees and some unique cut & see products which make things all the more interesting. It features 3 pieces of outerwear, starting with the impressive Flux Capacitor – a combination of showerproof ripstop nylon and vintage laundered cotton, borg lined and finished with real leather and shock cord detailing for a fully kitted out piece of outerwear. This is followed by the lovely quilted Typhoon Bomber – a take on the classic MA-1 in heavy duty nylon – and the Genesis Puffa – a classic funnel neck puffer jacket, fully down filled with a stow-away hood.

The collection also features an impressive selection of fleece including the Down Lined Hoodie – a great piece which combines the classic zip-hood with the benefits of a down filled jacket in its lightweight kite fabric inner, complete with dual-hoods. The grey option below with contrasting yellow liner is my personal highlight, but the piece is also available in black and indigo colour options alongside standard zip-hoods, custom marl fabric and chenille logo crewnecks

Graphic-wise the brand have enlisted the help of illustrator Ben Lamb who lends his talents to a number of designs on some clean white tees. You’ll also find two heavyeight jersey pocket tees with discharge printed text to round out the selection.

The brand will also host a week-long pop-up at Boxpark starting tomorrow (and running until Sunday) where you’ll be able to get a closer look at all of the new products and walk out with a few purchases. This is as impressive as debut collections come and there are loads more details to be discovered.

I highly reccoment you pay Uniformes Generale a visit for a further look at the new collection and the attention to detail of each piece. You can check out a brief selection of some of the highlights below.


Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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  • james_JR

    A very underrated brand. But I thought they had been around for a few years…?