Collingwood menswear label Stetig is forcing you to meet the clothing\u2019s maker by stitching their details into your new garments. It\u2019s not as crazy as it sounds. It's\u00a0actually kind of cool.\r\n\r\nA decipherable code outlining when, where, and who made the clothing is found right where you would traditionally stitch a monogram. By forcing consumers to confront their fashion choices, Stetig aims to re-humanise the manufacturing process.\r\n\r\nBeyond its humanitarian, code-breaking agenda, Stetig is a slow fashion label that describes its style as a \u2018fusion of heritage tailoring, utilitarian workwear, and streetwear.\u2019\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe first clothing release comprises wardrobe staples such as a short sleeve, three-button polo shirt in navy, a minimal true-red tee with elbow-length sleeves and a classic-styled dress shirt with a relaxed square fit and an inverted box pleat in back. Double pleated trousers available with multiple colour choices and a versatile dropped shoulder jacket round-out the initial drop.\r\n\r\nAll garments are made from the finest cotton, linen, silk and Japanese wool. Instead of releasing a new collection each season, Stetig promotes an evolving design process, continuously building upon the previous generation of clothing.\r\n\r\nStetig founder Alister Sluiter, who operates out of a Smith Street studio amongst other like-minded creatives, makes each garment from the first release himself, so it\u2019s his details you will find in the decipherable code. All garments are made-to-order and available from the online store linked here and again below.\r\n\r\nIf you\u2019re looking for something more of the tailored variety, P. Johnson dropped a stunning new lookbook. We also interviewed Mr Porter\u2019s Style Director Olie Arnold on the heels of his labels new Mr P. collection.\r\n \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.