Brands updated

Good Afternoon All,

We come with news of yet more brands set to appear at the show in just over two weeks. Do remember, the show launches July 13th so we suggest fine tuning travel and accommodation plans now to ensure your trip is as smooth as possible, we will of course endeavor to support you in doing so should you require any assistance.

For all enquiries, please don’t hesitate to reach our via the usual channels.

Onto the brands…


Established in 1755, Wolsey is the original British knitwear brand, one with an impressive aesthetic to match its otherwise unrivalled credentials.

For over 250 years, they have clothed some of Britain’s bravest and most inspirational men; explorers, soldiers and royalty. Today Wolsey continues to craft clothing for men of exploration and adventure, drawing inspiration from an extensive archive of original military, labour, sport, and expedition clothing.

Under the stewardship of Creative Director Richard Bengtsson, the Wolsey ranges have been brought together as one collection, with one Wolsey garment label, for Spring Summer 2013.


Le Specs

Le Specs is a young, premium Australian sunglass label. Their eyewear is functional yet stylish, with a myriad of contemporary styles available to suit any taste.

White Raven

White Raven play a pivotal role in sculpting Tokyo’s street-style landscape. The label proactively defy convention, surprising consumers with a unique blend of fabrics, textures and an ever-evolving take on archetypal urban clothing.

Weekend Offender

Weekend Offender is a British brand that salutes the old school club scene, celebrating a slice of British culture that I’m sure many of you remember ever so fondly. The brand have a no nonsense, confidently simple line of great quality goods, as suitable for the daily grind as they are in the club.


Penfield was established in Massachusetts, USA in 1975 and has built a reputation for making the highest quality down-filled jackets, fleece & outerwear.

Though deservedly recognized for such outerwear, Penfield also produce equally fine shirting and a range of lighter garments for today’s discerning gent. The brand have grown significantly in recent years, deftly translating their own heritage into something wholly wearable and on-point in today’s diverse menswear market.

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