We all fight the transitional weather battle. That one day you think you’re safe to go jacket-less, there’s a gust coming in that has a dose of winter or raindrops still mixed in.
Season four of London Collections: Men kicked off today and once again we’re taking part in the celebrations of British brands and emerging talents. On Tuesday 7th January are hosting a private collection preview in a London hotspot.
Join us on Thursday 14th November 2013 for the Carnaby 20% Shopping Party, a chance to preview our Made in England Collection. We will be offering a 20% discount on any items purchased on the evening.
Join us on Thursday 12th September 2013 for the GQ Carnaby Street Style Night, a chance to be introduced to the AW13 collection. We will be offering a 20% discount on any items purchased on the evening.
We hosted a private collection preview and party on the last day of London Collections: Men. In this, our 50th year; we treated press, fellow British designers and special guests to an evening of music and entertainment in collaboration with Shortlist Magazine.
Banish the barrage bright colours typically associated with summer and opt for a more neutral palette. Consider one of this seasons must have trends; the modern Safari.
Next week will mark our first appearance on the London Collections: Men schedule. We are hosting a private event and collection preview, in an exciting London location, alongside weekly men’s magazine Shortlist.
The exuberance of the 1920’s returns this summer with the release of Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of the F. Scott Fitzgerald classic – The Great Gatsby. Through the use of modern music and cinematography Luhrmann hopes to lure a younger, cooler audience.
We had a really hard time keeping ’50 Years of British Style Culture’ to ourselves during the lead up to launch. Excitement in the office peaked when the book was sent to print, so we shuffled along to the printers rubbing our palms together with glee for a first look.
This season our knitwear collection takes inspiration from the menswear of the 1930’s: incorporating the modest colours, simple shapes and added functional details of the working man’s wardrobe.