We are proud to stock some great brands. We position ourselves similarly to Department Stores like Selfridges or Harvey Nichols. We have a mixture of classics brands through to some modern labels that allow us to cover all styles and looks.
Supplying only small independent operators, Aidan Kayne offers high quality products, at old fashioned prices. As the founders say "fair is fair - you should get what you pay for. At Aidan Kayne we've squeezed our margins so you don't have to squeeze your pocket.”
Aidan Kayne - For The Little Guy
Dating back to 1937, its fortunes took off in the 1950’s, when the British design hit US shores: Elvis Presley wore one in the film "King Creole" in 1954, as did Frank Sinatra, before the jacket was given a personal stamp of approval by that "King of Cool" of the 1960’s, Steve McQueen.
Since then the jacket has remained well-loved by a wide variety of audiences, from Mod-scene founders to ska and punk rockers. With a quality of design and manufacture refined by decades of expertise, this truly is a reputation well-earned.
Bellroy exists to slim your wallet. With this single goal as its focus, Bellroy have created a line of beautiful and highly intelligent wallets and card holders that eliminate bulgy wallets from your life. Furthermore they create items with the specific aim of being equally appropriate in social and business settings. Bellroy are a brand with a strong set of idiosyncratic values and a knack of creating products that continue to meet the needs of the modern man.
In 1818, Henry Sand Brooks founded Brooks Brothers, the first ready-to-wear fashion emporium in America.
Since then, Brooks Brothers have become an institution that has shaped the casual wear landscape in the States and now across the World.
Calvin Klein is now one of the best known designer names in the world, offering a modern design aesthetic.
Converse have been the original, All-American purveyors of the sneaker since their inception in 1909. Converse shoes to this day retain their classic, instantly recognisable design.
Taking King's Cross Station as their inspiration, with frames named after streets around the station and their logo inspired by the wrought-iron 'butterfly' rivets found outside the neighbouring, granary building owned by Lewis Cubitt, Cubitts started making glasses and sunglasses two years ago. Each pair goes through 50 stages of construction and is made from single sheets of Italian acetate so expect beautiful, stylish and long lasting sunglasses.
This series of high-end sports jackets aims to fulfil the promise of "sartorial engineering", mixing a dedication for innovation and research with a penchant for fabric and style.
Each jacket contains high-performance features and light-weight lining, to allow you to adapt to changing conditions, whether you're braving the streets or the slopes.
With their products endorsed by several Olympic skiing teams, these jackets are certain to look cool (pun very much intended).
From humble beginnings in the small Italian town of Breganze, Diesel has grown into a global fashion giant.
In 1995 it became the first ever fashion brand to launch an online shop, sparking the transformation of the industry, into one we know and love today.
Diesel have continued to break boundaries ever since, with unique yet classic casual wear and its traditionally strong denim items.
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.
Set up by legendary France fly half Franck Mesnel in 1987, the Paris-based company has built a reputation as solid as a loose-head prop for taking classic preppy garments and giving them a Gallic twist - think Hackett or Gant living it up on the Riviera in the summer months. This means blazers, cardigans, sweats and shirts with a splash of sharp colour here, an intricate design detail on the buttons or collar there..
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'.
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.
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.
The brand’s history starts with a Polish WWII war hero, who settles in Manchester after the war having developed an affinity for the country. The story runs from a thirst to develop high quality technical outerwear to stand up to the rigours of hard sailing to an MBE and the brand being worn during the first circumnavigation of the World. The Milano Round-The-World jacket has been worn by many of the greatest sailors in history from Sir Francis Chichester, the first man to sail single-handed round the world through to Ben Ainslie at the London Olympics. Henri Lloyd is an epic brand that combines technical excellence with perfect style.
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.
Kurt Geiger shoes are the epitome of fine craftsmanship in this space.
With a hugely wide range of options ands styles the brand covers high-fashion through to every day trainers.
Here at The Chapar we are happy to stock their modern day classics, from desert boots and brogues through to elegant driving shoes.
LBM 1911 unconstructed jackets forge new ground in innovative construction and fabrication while remaining true to Lubiam’s 100 year old Italian heritage. Perfect for everyday wear, these jackets are the epitome of dressed down tailoring. All jackets are enzyme washed, dip dyed and feature working sleeve buttons.
Inspired by South Africa and designed in London, Leo Joseph began in 2012 with a vision to create unique pieces with an innovative approach to design and fit. Combining British heritage with a love and experiences of Africa, Leo Joseph unites leading London style with the vibrancy and spirit of a summer’s day in Cape Town. Expect striking colours and animal-themed prints, crafted from exceptionally fine fabrics and designed to fit everyone with impeccable style and comfort.
Loake offer a classic range of shoes well known for their longevity as well as their traditional and appealing design. A pair of Goodyear Welted Loake shoes can take up to eight weeks to make. Some 130 skilled craftsmen, up to 75 shoe parts and over 200 different operations are involved - all in the UK. Alongside the Goodyear welted footwear, Loake now design and produce a range of shoes outside the UK, using a variety of constructions. This enables them to offer a complete wardrobe of shoes suitable for every occasion.
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.
Stand out from the crowd and take a step back in time with Saucony Original shoes. Coming in an array of colours and super comfortable, Saucony Originals offer classic, retro designs inspired by 80s and 90s fashion but made very much for the modern man. With its first factory built in 1898, Saucony is an American brand with real heritage adding to the retro feel of these great shoes.
Sebago's Docksides have come to define the entire boat shoe category since their release in the 70s. Started in the 1940s Sebago has a long and proud history, however, it continues to develop its range; keeping the design, function and colourway of each shoe firmly in the present.
Loafers, but different. Developed in Norway but seemingly designed specifically for British weather, Swims are rubber based loafers. A product that has to be seen to be believed these shoes combine fashion with practicality. Non-slip and fast drying, try out a pair before passing judgement!
Since their first store opened in Jermyn Street in 1898, T.M.Lewin have pioneered in producing men's shirts and tailoring of the highest quality.
A true heritage brand, excelling in craftsmanship, quality and service, the quality of their wear, be it formal or casual, remains among the best in the world.
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.
Wellensteyn is an amazing brand story.
Hailing from industrial Germany, the brand has moved successfully from high-performance workwear into high-end jackets.
Now a leading outerwear brand across Europe, every jacket made by the brand is highly technical, as well as smart in design and cut.
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.