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“John is an up and coming Advertising Executive,” Katie says. “It’s his first trunk so I’ve tried to keep things fresh with plenty of choice. He can mix and match for both work and socializing.”
“Hans works in a pretty casual office, but is on the move a lot,” Sophie says. “With that in mind I’ve gone with comfort at the forefront and mostly Tees and Polos matched with great fitting jeans to keep things light on the move.”
“I’ve been looking after Carl for a while now, so really have this taste nailed down,” Chelsea says. “He has a classic style, and was especially looking for a lightweight jacket to wear all year round with or without layers.”
“I’ll only ever take a client one step ahead in terms of enhancing their style, never two. I’m here to help and save time.”
|GANT Rugger is all about creating modern fashionable clothes with a distinct vintage edge. Digging deep into the archives and delivering authentic pieces with a broken preppy vibe. This collection is designed to be more fitted than our mainline collection.|
|Distinctly British: synonymous with elegance, classic tailoring and relaxed weekend casualwear.
Hackett is the gold standard of British menswear and we are proud to supply our customers with this finest breed of menswear clothing.
Ted Baker was established in 1988 and has grown from its humble roots as a shirt specialist in Glasgow, to a global lifestyle brand with over 150 locations in Europe, the U.S., Australia, Middle East, Far East and Southeast Asia.
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|Since its inception in 2000 in LA, 'Sevens' has been at the forefront of premium Denim. They make a huge variety of clothing now with a range of jeans that comes in all shapes, fits, sizes and colours. Their other garments have a great, laid back feel to them and all their clothes share a unique combination of Californian style and the maintenance of extremely high standards in all areas - from initial design to the final, manufactured product.|
|Sunspel blend a mix between the heritage and tradition of British manufacturing with a sharp eye for detail and quality. A specialist underwear and t-shirt maker, their flagship boxer is a source of envy for other brands. Still based in Nottingham and proudly still producing in the UK, the label is enjoying a resurgence as the discerning consumer searches for the level of quality Sunspel offers. The brand enjoyed a PR coup when Daniel Craig wore their Riviera Polo as James Bond.|
|Founded in the 1920s, Farah reached cult status in the '80s after being adopted as the label of choice amongst the Mods and Skins. Today, the Farah Vintage line draws upon its British roots and urban heritage to produce classic chambray and Oxford shirts, bold stripe jerseys and lightweight knitwear for a new generation to build their own style.|
|Based in London, Orlebar Brown launched in March 2007 as a more tailored approach to men’s beach and swim shorts. Not so much a swim short but a ‘short you can swim in’, offering something you can wear on the beach, by the pool and then smart enough to go and have a drink or lunch.
Having initially focused on tailored shorts, the range evolved into a full resort collection influenced by 1960’s poolside utopia. The OB world draws inspiration from Slim Aarons’ iconic pictures of Riviera and Palm Beach life during the decade. Not just a smarter look but a reminder of the sophistication that once went with travel and holidays.
|For Spring 2015, Polo presents a season of menswear icons reimagined for the modern man. Suits and sport coats boast slimmed-down silhouettes, while off-duty looks include selvedge denim and old-school-inspired athletic wearing a downtown palette of black, white and grey.|
Hartford was launched in Paris in 1979. Mixing vintage European styles with a more relaxed American aesthetic, the label has gained a cult following for its easy-to-wear pieces, which are perfect for dressing down stylishly.
Look out for the shawl-collar cardigans this season.
|BD Baggies' newly appointed designer David Mullen, former designer for several major U.S. brands has brought his own touch to BD Baggies. The brand was created as the ultimate shirt for the university campus students and has always been presented inside a beautiful fabric bag. Today, each shirt is still associated with that special laundry bag and is sold without ironing to showcase the worn look. The material used is made from 100% pre-laundered cloth that creates a braided basket effect that is both soft and aesthetically pleasing to the eye.|
|Founded in Brighton in 1963, Ben Sherman was born out of the prescient realisation by founder (and namesake) Arthur Benjamin Sugarman for the popularity of Oxford-cloth, American Ivy League shirts, the quality of which he was determined to surpass. 40 years since his first shirts went on his sale, the distinct modifications which he made to this classic design (not least the button on the back of his colour) and his acute understanding of fabric, pattern and colour have carried the Ben Sherman brand through successive generations to reach the standing it holds today.|
|Founded by an Englishman in Amsterdam, the Denham label balances an intense commitment to progressive design with an equally obsessive respect for the denim craft tradition. Both ambitions are evident in every aspect of the collection, from the approach to detailing, to the choice of fabrics and the creation of shapes and silhouettes.|
|A staple in any respectable Chapar Man’s wardrobe. A classic pair of Dockers Khakis is a classic, yet versatile piece that sits well at any occasion. The brand brings with it a heritage, prestige and acceptance that is worth its weight in gold.|
|Edwin combines traditional craftsmanship and thoughtful innovation in all its products. Edwin was the first company in the world to develop 'old wash' and 'stonewash' techniques which aged and softened jeans before they were sold. Edwin has been making jeans since 1961 and still fulfils its mission 'to create dreams, movements and culture, and to continue to create jeans that fit everyone'.|
|J SHOES is a British brand founded in the Midlands and inspired by the region's traditional shoe-making heritage. To understand J SHOES, look no further than the people who love to wear them. They’re free thinking, relaxed, confident, and creative|
|A true 'made in Britain' brand, John Smedley have been producing fine guage knitwear on British shores for over 200 years. An iconic brand that specializes in producing extremely high quality products, John Smedley epitomizes classic cool.|
Scotch & Soda
|Developed and designed out of Amsterdam, Scotch and Soda is the coolest thing to come out of Holland since Total Football. Reflecting the relaxed attitude the Dutch tend to adopt, Scotch & Soda takes a fun stance towards dressing and is now one of the leading brands across Europe.|
|Tommy Hilfiger celebrates the essence of classic American cool and provides a refreshing twist to the preppy fashion genre. The red, white and blue flag logo is recognised around the world as the symbol for high quality, quintessentially American style.|