With the next edition fast approaching, we take this opportunity to remind you to register by completing the online Jacket Required February 2013 visitor application form. Please confirm your details through the official website to apply for the invitation-only event, so we can ensure our exhibiting brands are in good company.
Now on to our brand introductions….
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. Offering classic styles that will stand the test of time, Collective Noun provides a contemporary gloss with choice fabrics and fine detailing. With the humble crow as representative for the label’s Made in England logo – next time you see a murder of crows, think of this collective.
Having recently restructured the manufacturing and distribution of his brands through strategic partnerships, Pharrell Williams has been able to realise and fulfill his original vision for the clothing and accessories brand ICECREAM. As a major supporter of action-sports culture and broadening its reach, Pharrell officially announced the rebirth of the ICECREAM skate team, naming Andre Beverley, Emmet Duffy, Jamel Marshall and Stephan Martinez as the first members of the squad.
The reintroduction of ICECREAM celebrates and continues to push this growing community with a diverse skate team and unique apparel offering, infused with Candyland-coloured 1950s Americana-themed design to complement the lifestyle.
Representing a new era of inspired streetwear, Illustrated People showcases a fun and fierce range of beautifully crafted urban-luxe clothing designed in the heart of the East End. Its dynamic team of designers and illustrators work together to produce a range of clothes that speaks to individual tastes and inherent vibrancy of London.
Illustrated People has quickly developed a signature style, known for hand-printed illustrations, along with exceptionally clever digital pieces that sit alongside lively textiles in fresh, up-beat colours.
Billionaire Boys Club
Having partnered with Japanese fashion icon Nigo, Pharrell Williams began his venture into premium menswear in 2005. Employing the unique visual language of legendary Japanese graphic designer Sk8thing, the line exceeded expectations, becoming a globally recognised brand. Following the mantra ‘wealth is of the heart and mind, not of the pocket,’ Billionaire Boys Club was created to shake up the connoisseurs of contemporary menswear, and returns to Jacket Required this February.
Inspired by traditional fishermen’s clothing, La Paz embraces its Portuguese roots to create designs that showcase not only its nation’s aesthetic heritage, but also its manufacturing prowess. La Paz heartily acknowledges Portugal’s rich history in textile production, and creatively combines this national ancestry with its workwear-inspired clothing.