Remember those Carling Black Label ads? Funny weren’t they? Shame about the beer. Anyway forget about sub-standard lager and the 80s for a minute and focus your mind on Mamnick Black Label. A very limited edition range of garms, identifiable by their black woven label and the fact that all fabrics and buttons were sourced in Japan with each piece of clothing hand produced in three different factories over here in the good old U of er.. K. As with all Mamnick gear the names of the garments come from roads and hamlets in our/their beloved Peak District. Wonderfully snapped by India Hobson here are: Allgreave Shirt – 100% Seersucker cotton, Litton Shirt – 100% Dungaree cotton, Onecoat Shorts – cotton/linen mix, Laneside Shorts – 100% Cotton, Bubnell Gilet – 100% Herringbone Cotton, Bagshaw Vest – Cotton/Linen mix. Nice eh? Thom will be doing a bit of spiel about the first twelve months of the brand as well as exhibiting their entire inventory so far, at a evening held at the Made North gallery, Sheffield on the 28th June if you fancy finding out more.