A British men’s footwear brand in its infancy, Anthony Miles’ Secret Designer draws upon innovation, minimalism and colour to create a brand that represents our style and quality.
Considering the individual, Burtonwode’s woven garments are both witty and stylish, with custom prints designed by artist David Huglin. Made in the UK from 100% softened cotton, these are simply superior quality pants that combine personality and comfort – so you can be true to yourself – underneath it all.
Blue de Genes
The word ‘jeans’ comes from the French word ‘Gênes’ which means Genoa. Some 500 years ago the sailors in this port city wore pants made of heavy cotton, dyed in indigo. Our research led us through the tailoring workshops in Genoa. Here we studied old garments to absorb the original spirit of denim. With our collection we go back to traditional craftsmanship inspired by the clothing worn by sailors in the old port of Genoa.
Bedwin & the Heartbreakers
The highly respected Masafumi ‘Bebetan’ Watanabe is the Bedwin creative director and mastermind. The Bedwin motto is ‘Paramount Quality’ and it is very evident in each garment with attention to detail and construction that is second to none.
Blue Collar Worker
Blue Collar Worker continues with an expanded range for autumn/winter 2013, with the evolution of its signature British denim workwear line. Using premium quality, ring-spun denims, with details influenced by vintage workwear from the last century, products are given twists in terms of styling, and added “British” flavour.
Billionaire Boys Club
Launched in 2005 by Pharrell Williams – leading style icon and one of the most successful and prolific music producers of his time. BBC is spun from a take on preppy style and classic shapes, the line follows one rule, focus and inspiring core point: ‘wealth is of the heart and mind, not of the pocket.’
Collective Noun menswear takes pride in being part of the great British revival, producing classic menswear in the UK with a focus on fabrics from traditional British mills. Collective Noun offers classic styles that will stand the test of time, giving it a contemporary gloss with choice fabrics and fine detailing.
For over 50 years, Canada Goose has been committed to producing the best extreme weather outerwear in the world; proudly made in Canada. From the South Pole research facilities and the Canadian High Arctic, to the streets of New York City, Stockholm, Milan, Toronto and Tokyo, people wear Canada Goose products because of its reputation for authenticity, best quality, functionality and iconic style.
The first joint fashion line established by Skatething, Hishi and Toby Feltwell. Sold from a website with Skatething’s studio in Tokyo operating as headquaters. Skatething, Hishi and Toby assumed the creative and no one assumed the financial role in the business. C.E Debt from Chaos.
Inspired by the extravagant lifestyle of hipsters together with the elegance of English heritage, Dasmarca was created in 2011 to celebrate an urban lifestyle culture. Dasmarca aims at a sophisticated, urban hat wearer that looks towards the future without forgetting the glorious past of heritage culture.
Denham the Jeanmaker
Denham the Jeanmaker is an Amsterdam based label with dedicated showrooms and office in London’s Shoreditch area. Focused on balancing an intense commitment to progressive design against an equally obsessive respect for jeans and workwear tradition. This season the design team was inspired by a gathering of denim and workwear rebels exploring the ancient volcanic landscapes from the azores islands to the izu islands.
Deus ex Machina
Deus ex Machina (god from the machine) roared into Australia’s cultural consciousness in 2006, with some neatly customised motorcycles and a quaint notion that doing something is more fun than just owning something. Deus (day-us) has evolved to celebrate a culture of creativity, building an apparel collection around its hand-built motorcycles, surfboards, bikes and art.
Ebbets Field Flannels
Ebbets Field Flannels Founder Jerry Cohen grew up fascinated with sports emblems and uniforms. Not satisfied with what was available, he tracked down some old wool baseball flannel and had a few shirts made for himself. When people literally wanted to buy the shirt off his back, Ebbets Field Flannels was born. Focusing on non-major league history such as the Negro leagues and the pre-1958 Pacific Coast League gave the Company a unique twist, and brought relatively unknown baseball history to the public at large.
Edwin is an authentic denim brand priding itself on innovation and craftsmanship, utilising exclusive fabrics and fabrication, unique technology, hand wash processes, and continual progression in design and fit.
Originally produced solely for the Japanese market, these hard-to-find hiking boots are fast becoming an international phenomenon. Every pair of Fracap boots is handmade in a small factory in Lecce, Italy. Fine mountaineering produced for the modern man.
Launched in Paris in 1979, the brainchild of French designer Yves Chareton began as a vintage-inspired shirt company, recreating shirts of the 1940s and 1950s. Now producing a full menswear line, Hartford embraces simplicity, deftly translating its knowledge of vintage clothing into something wholly modern and wearable. Hartford focuses on the quality of its fabrics, cut and proportions to ensure it delivers easy-to-wear, stylish garments.
NIGO® has always believed in moving forward by building on the past and developing his collection of American Vintage clothing from as far back as the 19th Century. Each piece is faithful to the original, with meticulous attention to detail, but given an original post modern twist by using long time graphic collaborator SK8THING’s graphics.
In 2013 Henri Lloyd celebrates its 50 year anniversary. Since its birth in 1963, the original British sailing brand has continued to push the boundaries of style and technical innovation to become one of the country’s most iconic heritage brands. Today, Henri Lloyd products contain a unique blend of heritage, modernity and technical excellence whilst always staying true to the sea.
Hentsch Man is a simple, elegant and wearable menswear brand, providing classic wardrobe basics. The products have been designed to emphasise fit, eliminating all fanciful details and ensuring the clothes are flattering. Our collections are compact, offering a handful carefully selected items, rather than a bombardment of too much choice. A one-stop-shop for essential clothing from a classic white shirt, to well-tailored trousers and the occasional quirky piece.
J Shoes is a British brand founded in the Midlands – inspired by centuries of shoemaking heritage in that region. A brand with a distinct point of view, guided by a philosophy that seamlessly blends modern design with a strong foundation of traditional craftsmanship and independent style. The difference is in the detail.
British heritage brand Lavenham was established in 1969 when it manufactured the first nylon quilted horse rug. Soon after, Lavenham began manufacturing quilted jackets with the idea that a rider would match their horse. Today, Lavenham has taken a fashion forward direction, manufacturing quilted garments in-house at its factory in Suffolk, using the best British products wherever possible.
Since re-launching in 2006, Le Specs has earnt its position as the ultimate summer accessory. With collaborations with British designer Henry Holland, Le Specs is now stocked in over 15 countries. Its new collection channels an early nineties Texas where oil barons, cowboys and road-trippers collide, resulting in a series of classic styles that incorporate nude tones with neon colour-pop effects.
John Smedley was founded in 1784, at Lea Mills, in Matlock, Derbyshire by John Smedley and his associate Peter Nightingale. Lea Mills was an ideal setting – the brook that runs through the village provided motive power and a constant source of running water. John Smedley has a long lineage of local families who have worked at Lea Mills over several generations. They bring years of experience and a level of craftsmanship that can’t be found elsewhere.
KIDDA Christopher Shannon
The younger sibling of luxe streetwear label Christopher Shannon Menswear made its debut for S/S 12 with easy-to-wear jersey pieces featuring trademark chain and pixelated paisley prints from the Christopher Shannon archive. Since then it has racked up a celebrity fan base including Nas and Rizzle Kicks, appeared in the pages of GQ Style, i-D, Pop and Dazed and Confused, and has expanded to encompass shirts, knitwear and accessories.
For Years, refined Italian and casual all-American men’s looks have been imitated, rehashed, reworked and reinterpreted season after season but never before have the collided as they do in Gourmet. This is a new, revolutionary, remixed laid back luxury.
Born in Hawaii in the summer of 1971, Lightning Bolt was comprised of Gerry Lopez and Jack Shipley at the time of its inception. Forty years since first born, the brand has reintroduced itself in the United States and internationally with surf veteran Jonathan Paskowitz leading the effort.
For 2013, Majestic launch Majestic Select, a new Japanese premium line, driven predominately byJapan’s love for vintage and American lifestyle and culture. Adapted by its Tokyo design team, the line will leverage the all-American Major League Baseball logos and vintage-style graphics on classic baseball-inspired satin jackets, coach jackets and shirts.
MWC are one of the leading manufacturers of genuine military watches, offering a wide range of models either to customers specific requirements or by tendering for contracts. Based in Zürich,Switzerland and founded in 1974, MWC are a leading supplier not just to the military, but also to police forces, anti terrorist units, mining companies, salvage companies and various government departments.
Since opening its doors in 1967, iconic fashion label Merc has found its way into the heart of British sub-culture. Keeping to its roots as a true British heritage brand, Merc continues to create 60’s inspired, smart, stylish clothes that remain ageless in the eyes of a style conscious audience.
Within four years, luxury luggage brand Millican has become increasingly recognised for its organic canvas bags and accessories. With a range including rucksacks, shoulder bags, overnight bags, cooler bags and travel accessories, each product acts as an ambassador of a way of life, celebrating a passion for adventure and an appreciation of supreme quality.
Hailing from the old working class district of Punavuori in Helsinki Finland, comes MAKIA. A modern, yet old fashioned clothing company reflecting Nordic traditions of simple straight forward design. Appreciating quality comes naturally to Finns that endure chilling winds and below zero temperatures. Makia strives to embody these values in its clothes, making them an easy, stylish choice.
Pret Pour Partir
A conceptual collection of outerwear made for men on the move. Functionality is the key word: inside pockets, eyelets for a smartphone next to the collar, back zipped pockets. All fabrics are light and waterproof sourced in France and Italy with production in Europe. With a women’s collection is already sold in the UK, where it counts over 30 distributors including Fenwick Bond Street, its men’s collection is intended for an urban, active man, always on the go.
Pointer was founded in 2004 by Gareth Skewis in reaction to a footwear market increasingly saturated with technical trainers; influenced by classically designed shoes Pointer comes from a skateboard/street wear background but appeals to those looking for something less ubiquitous and more refined.
PARKA London is the debut brand from a London based collective that puts the parka on a pedestal. Parka designs classic yet modernist garments for individuals who appreciate timeless design and effortless style. We are firm believers it’s the innate details and little quirks that count.
A collective of like-minded individuals; a lifestyle brand designed by the sea and woven by a common thread. At the centre of its collective consciousness is a reverence for the environment – both the natural and urban worlds that we have created for ourselves.
The Stockholm-based bag brand Sandqvist was founded in 2004 by Anton Sandqvist. Sandqvist products are for everyday use, combining simplicity, durability, style and function.
The SWIMS a/w13 footwear collection, introduces two new styles; Harry and Emma. The main inspiration for these has been to incorporate the SWIMS Classic overshoe onto the actual shoe. The galosh interpretation gives functional and distinctive contemporary features. The combination of natural rubber with technical fabrics and treated leather evokes unexpected and elegant shoes – with a classic; yet practical twist.
Stow and Son
Born in Madrid, Spain, Stow and Son produces a beautiful footwear line for modern and refined men. With a strong focus on tradition and heritage, all shoes are handmade in Spain and Portugal using traditional craftsmanship techniques and the best materials.
Launched in 2004, Suit is a menswear line targeting those who seek classic style combined with a contemporary look. Suit is the brand of choice for the modern male individualist with an astute eye for style and detail.
Deeply rooted in timeless design and attention to detail. The casual Southern Californian lifestyle of growing up at the beach, mountains, and empty backyard pools combined with inspiration from travels around the world, mix together to form the inspiration for design. Attainable luxury, premium materials and finishes in an obtainable product.
Tyler & Tyler
Over a relaxing beer one summer’s evening in 2007, two brothers decided it was about time the mens’ fashion accessories market had a shake-up. Recognising their talent for design they set about creating the collection and Tyler & Tyler was born – a range reflecting their passion for British design and keen eye to detail.
In 2008, three friends decided to join forces and launch a line committed to creating clothing of quality, purpose and elegance. Making its mark with a classic aesthetic, each collection heralds a return to gentlemanly style.
A dedication to craftsmanship, British production, new technology and the spirit of adventure remains at the heart of Wolsey. Celebrating its unique 260-year history while embracing contemporary functional style, the new range features military-inspired outdoor essentials, sportswear in cutting-edge performance fabrics and the ultimate in knitwear.
Bridging the gap between youth culture and a grown-up way of dressing, serves as the mission statement of German brand Wemoto. Classic silhouettes, fabrics and details are twisted with an edgy vibe to suit almost every walk of modern life. Backed with bruises and scars from skateboarding and driven by passion for music and design the brand remains true to its independent spirit and approach of business for over 10 years now.