Knickerbocker burst on to the men’s clothing scene in 2013 with its thoughtful reinterpretation of classic American workwear. Nearly a decade later, these Brooklyn-based upstarts show no signs of stopping. It’s our humble opinion that of all the brands tapping into American heritage these days, Knickerbocker is quite possibly doing it best.

Knickerbocker Fabric Care

Everything from Knickerbocker this season can be machine washed on cold and hung to dry.

In Conversation: With American Designer Andrew Livingston of Knickberocker

f you’ve been paying attention to the heritage menswear scene in the past decade, you’ve probably already heard of Knickerbocker. The Brooklyn-based brand burst on to the scene in 2013, turning heads with their crisp vintage-inspired garb and operating out of a century-old factory (in which they installed a skate ramp). At the helm of this exciting upstart is Andrew Livingston, a San Diego kid who went from professional snowboarder to workwear clothing designer in the span of a few years. Learn More...