UNITED ARROWS & SONS and Rowing Blazers have come together for a heritage-meets-Harajuku blazer capsule. The collaboration spawned from Poggy's visit to the Henley Royal Regatta, where he went to see Rowing Blazers founder and U.S. team rower Jack Carlson.

Subsequently, the result is a selection of limited edition blazers that are to release next month in Tokyo. Highlighted within the collection are a Tiffany-blue blazer with white grosgrain trim, a navy kimono-style blazer with pink grosgrain trim, a blazer in Rowing Blazers' signature croquet stripe, and a somewhat understated navy blazer. Each jacket has been handmade in New York.

Again, you can look forward to UNITED ARROWS & SONS and Rowing Blazers' blazer capsule arriving in February at UNITED ARROWS & SONS in Harajuku.

Now follow here as UNITED ARROWS & SONS' Poggy shares his style advice.

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