Spring Travel–Woolrich John Rich & Bros. turn to the resort wear of the 1970’s for the inspiration of their spring/summer 2014 collection, blending turn of the century tailoring references with the gear of English exploration. Recalling the Woolrich owned private island of the 70s called Zavikon, where executives would vacation, the new collection makes a reference to the history of luxury, finding time for sailing. Here, the label plays with water-camo print covered windbreakers, summer parkas, unstructured blazers and Hawaiian print shirts. Finally drawing inspiration from the 1982 film Fitzcarraldo, about early twentieth century Irishmen in Peru who wore crumpled linen suits while trekking through the Amazon, the adventure really takes off. Using washed lightweight fabrics, parkas and various knits come together with the jungle serving as a style reference.