Haven: A Decade of Permanence

Haven: A Decade of Permanence

Haven, the undisputed greatest spot for copping fire Japanese jawnz, is celebrating 10 years of bringing V rare brands to the unstylish slumps of North America. The small-Vancouver based boutique opened in 2006, and has since redefined the terrain of men's retail. Cult brands all found "haven" in the one-stop shop for all menswear fanatics. The Haven customer is many faceted, with interests ranging from technical outerwear to denim chore jackets and everything in between. The store itself has found a way to bring these different styles together in what many would call a menswear mecca. Since its conception, Haven has opened a second storefront in Toronto and released its own lifestyle magazine, Intelligence Magazine. The boutique continues to stock some of the rarest threads out there from Bed j.w. Ford, Sasquatchfabrix., and 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi, as well as staples from mainstays like Stone Island, Undercover, and Kapital. 

nonnative x Haven Worker Jacket Cotton 13oz Selvedge Denim VW "Russell" Black

nonnative x Haven Worker Jacket Cotton 13oz Selvedge Denim VW "Russell" Black

To celebrate a decade of permanence, Haven is dropping 11 different collaborations with well-known Japanese labels. Each brand continues to bring well-crafted and unique pieces to a loyal audience of menswear nerds. The full list of designers include:

Wacko Maria x Haven 50's Open Collar Shirt

Wacko Maria x Haven 50's Open Collar Shirt

  • nonnative
  • Sasquatchfabrix.
  • Wacko Maria
  • Bedwin & The Heartbreakers
  • Engineered Garments
  • Head Porter
  • Human Made
  • Neighborhood
  • Native Sons
  • Viberg
  • Undercover
Sasquatchfabrix. x Haven Overdyed Sashiko Block Check Haori

Sasquatchfabrix. x Haven Overdyed Sashiko Block Check Haori

Haven has always been the plug to cop some of the hardest-to-find pieces out there. The store continues this tradition by releasing limited edition collections with each brand in mute colors like white, black, and grey. It's sort of funny actually. There was always this stigma that wearing black was "too easy." You needed a wide pallet of colors in your fit. Who cares though? Archival fashion has shown that the most fire pieces are usually black or grey. You probably shouldn't just wear black, but a little here and there won't hurt you.

Head over to Haven right now to check out current collaborations from Sasquatchfabrix.,Wacko Maria, and nonnative

 

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New York City Street Style November 7th, 2016

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