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.
Margaret 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.
This A.P.C. blouson is made from a luxurious Italian cotton and linen blend tricotine. It features raglan sleeves and an elasticated hem.
This OAMC bomber jacket is crafted from a ultralight water repellent and breathable Japanese micro rip-stop nylon. It features twin flapped hand pockets, a single leather patch detail chest pocket and a two-way RiRi zipper.
This lightly padded Marni bomber jacket is made from a crisp cotton twill and features a stand collar, large welted pockets and elasticated cuffs and hem.