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  • Gitman Vintage

    Gitman Bros. was founded in Pennsylvania in 1978 as a custom shirt factory and is one of the last remaining American shirt makers with all manufacturing still based in the USA.

    Gitman Vintage, a division of Gitman Bros., is a curated shirt collection that pays tribute to its heritage, but with a distinct difference. Each season, they dust off their old archive books to create an authentic interpretation of the past.

  • Hafod Grange

    Hafod Grange Paperweights were first produced by Barry Needham in 1968 as a form of therapy for muscular dystrophy.

    One day a friend challenged him to encapsulate a dandelion clock. Barry met the challenge and succeeded to everyone's amazement.

  • Harris Wharf London

    Harris Wharf London is a contemporary outerwear brand that reimagines classic formalwear. Based in London but produced in Turin, the label is infused with London sensibilities.

    Tailored coats and blazers are sophisticated and cast in a range of muted colours. All of the brands outerwear features raw edges and are unlined to give them a youthful take on traditional tailoring.

  • John Smedley

    John Smedley is an iconic British brand that creates the world's finest knitwear from their factory in Lea Mills. The factory has been continuously producing since 1784, making it the longest running production facility in the world.

    John Smedley uses only the finest merino wool and Sea Island cotton to create immaculately finished fine-gauge knitwear.

  • Margaret Howell

    Margaret Howell started making mens shirts from her studio in 1972. She thinks of herself as a hands-on designer. The make of a product is integral to her design philosophy and it is crucial how a piece of clothing feels when worn. Inspired by the authenticity she finds in nature, people and places, and looks for the same quality in the materials she chooses.

    Maraget likes to work with specialist manufacturers who understand and share this passion for make and quality of fabric, and enjoys pulling these threads of British tradition and skill together in clothes that are meant to be worn in the real world.

  • Marni

    Iconic Italian high-fashion house Marni was founded in 1994 by Consuelo and Gianni Castiglioni. Marni plays with color, prints and textures, characterised by eclectic style and refined materials and an inspired mix of shapes and patterns stand out every season.

    2016 saw Consuelo Castiglioni step down, and the appointment of new creative director Francesco Risso, whose young talent writes a new chapter in the history of Marni

  • Marwood

    Marwood is a London-based luxury accessories label that believes in providing well-designed, highly considered products whilst drawing on and learning from established techniques and methods from the past in terms of craftsmanship and manufacturing.

    Marwood is known for its handmade English lace ties and bow ties, as well as their fantastic mohair socks.

  • Mayfair Tailoring

    Mayfair Tailoring offers contemporary tailoring that is engineered in traditional sartorial ways.

    Our made to measure service enables you to personalize your suits, jackets, shirts and trousers with a handsome choice of cloth, style and detail. Mayfair Tailoring can create a perfect fitting ensemble for every occasion with all the features that will define you as an individual.

    Choose your preferred cloth form a selection of over 6,000 styles from the world's foremost fabric weavers.

  • Milan Palma

    Milan Palma is an independent designer brand that produces hand-crafted leather bags and accessories. Timeless products that are long lasting, practical and unique.

    Only premium full grain leather is used and all materials are hand-selected by Milan himself in small quantities to ensure that each product is one of a kind.

    From the original design to the stitching, each Milan Palma leather product is crafted individually by hand with care and perfection in his atelier in Maastricht.

  • OAMC

    Launched in 2014 by Luke Meier and Arnaud Faeh, OAMC represents a harmonious balance between modern aesthetics and innovative techniques.

    Taking influence from contemporary culture, traditional menswear, functional and rational design, nature, technical innovation, material development and extensive traditional craft, OAMC creates modern menswear for the culture and context of now. OAMC is about the present; what is aesthetically pleasing now; what is culturally relevant now; what is technically possible and valid now.

  • Officine Générale

    Officine Générale is a Parisian menswear label founded by Pierre Mahéo in 2012. The brand’s aesthetic mixes military and workwear influences with classic Tailoring inspired by the designer’s father, an oysterman. Premium fabrics, sourced from Italy, England and Japan are specially washed and treated with vegetable dyes, creating subtle differences that imbue each garment with its own unique character.

  • Our Legacy

    Our Legacy is a Swedish fashion brand based in Stockholm. Founded in 2005 by Jockum Hallin and Cristopher Nying, the brand started out with a line of graphic print t-shirts, and in 2007 the fist full collection was released. In the same year, mutual friend Richardos Klaren joined the brand, becoming a third co-owner.

    Renouncing fast-paced consumerism, the first collections were characterized by pieces stripped of conspicuous detailing, with the emphasis placed instead on quality. Pieces developed within the fist collections had a timeless approach and an effortless appeal. Our Legacy was originally, and in many aspects still is, more of a product-focussed company than a fashion brand focussing on seasonal collection with transitory themes.

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