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.
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.
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
The unique ethos behind Chucs Dive & Mountain Shop is encapsulated by the impressive Finch family heritage, spanning as it does generations of explorers, scoundrels, actors and inventors.
Grandfather George, inventor of the puffa jacket and climbing partner with Mallory on their famous 1922 ascent of Everest, precedes Peter, more known for his leisure pursuits as Academy Award winner and notorious hell raiser, who in turn precedes present day’s Charles, the father of Chucs.
This leisurely ethos is instilled in the Chucs brand, which stays true to its motto:
Stand Tall – Live Well – Give Freely – Explore Often
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..
Robert Emmett makes the quintessential fine British shirt. A shirtmaker upholding the traditions of Jermyn Street tailoring while embracing a fresh approach to dressing the modern man, we are proud to supply Emmett Shirts to The Chapar Man.
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.
Hentsch Man provides The Chapar Man with the chance to gentrify his wardrobe. A young brand that offers a nod to a timeless outfitting style, we are pleased to supply Hentsch Man. The brand was the inception of a fruitless search for The Perfect White Shirt.
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.
Peerless amongst Scottish Cashmere and Wool producers, Johnstons of Elgin produces beautiful knitwear. With a strong tradition dating back to 1797, the brand have grown exponentially yet are still owned by the origin Johnston family. Forever one to buck a trend, Johnstons runs the UK’s sole remaining woollen mill.
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.
This brand originated from a chance holiday to Saint Barth – a fantasy island nestled in the Caribbean. Three friends saw a gap in the market for premium swimwear: instead of letting the idea drift away over a few cocktails, they actually did it!
This playground to the rich and famous has inspired a brand that revels in ‘doing things differently’. The island’s French influence has in turn affected the brand, with a St Tropez-esque style to their swimwear. Don’t expect baggy boardshorts here! MC2 Saint Barth produce a classic swimshort that fits well and is perfect for both the beach or bar.
Pantherella are a classic British essential. The perfect means by which its wearer can show off individuality and colour, whilst simultaneously maintaining a stiff British upper lip. The brand has made high-quality men’s socks in England since 1945, distinguished by almost invisibly smooth, hand-linked toe seams for superb comfort. The best materials are used, from Sea Island cotton to Australian merino wool, and a range of bold colours is available.
PlayerLayer makes high specification technical sports clothing for professional sports teams as well as for some of the oldest and most established private schools and universities in the country. Because of their relationship with elite sports teams and with exclusive institutions, they have quietly built a reputation as the foremost British luxury sports brand. Specialising in high quality technical sportswear you couldn’t be better protected from the elements.
Riding High are unique. American inspired, but very much a Japanese brand, they only create their garments on very rare looms dating back to industrial 1920s Japan. This process results in premium knitwear that is soft to touch and incredible in its quality. There is a lengthy 12-hour process to make just one sweatshirt, meaning durability and intricate quality. Unlike most garments, the more you wash them – the better they feel.
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.
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.
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!
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.
The clothing brand Vicomte A was established in 2005 under the leadership of Arthur de Soultrait, while he was still a student. At just 22 years old, he launched a brand both chic and unusual with colourful and elegant clothes. Originally created in Paris, Vicomte A is now present all over the world, from Portofino to Marbella. Like the DNA of the brand, it is also partners of prestigious sports events.
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.
Woolrich is one of the oldest clothing brands worldwide. Its history runs parallel to America's own history, alongside the endless train tracks that were built in Pennsylvania in the 19th century. Now a modern brand with a strong heritage Woolrich’s flagship product is their extensive jacket collection.