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Established in 1963 we have a strong foundation in shirt-making and take pride in bringing precision, heritage and quality to our collections. Part of our shirting story is our unique focus on collars, offering signature designs that range from the iconic three finger button down through to a cutaway penny, across formal and casual ranges.
The Cutaway Collar
The cutaway collar is designed to make the tie more prominent, suiting a wider tie knot. The cutaway also works unbuttoned under a sharp blazer for a cool, continental look.
The Cutaway Penny Collar
The traditional penny collar is firmly back in style and is perfect with a relaxed suit, buttoned up, sans tie. If you do choose to wear one, make sure it’s super slim.
The Small Point Collar
The small point is a collar style that is currently having a resurgence. It’s easy to see why; the small point looks just as good under a jumper as it does with a suit.
The 1 Finger Button Down Collar
Our one finger button down is a sharp, modern style that works perfectly with a skinny cut suit, suitable for anybody looking to leave the tie behind.
The 2 Finger Button Down
A simple, versatile style, the two-finger button down looks just as at home with a formal suit and tie as it does with casual tailoring.
The 3 Finger Button Down
This is our most traditional button down. A less formal option than the classic point, the three-finger button down looks relaxed without a tie, unbuttoned.
The devil is usually in the details, so with that in mind we have put together some investment pieces to bring your outfit together. We like to call them the final touches, the little finish to complete your look. Peruse accessory options like Oxford brogues and silk pocket squares through to formal ties and our new season watches.
The herringbone blazer is timeless, as relevant today as it always has been. Adopted by iconic figures throughout popular history from Jean-Paul Belmondo in Breathless to American actor-turned-former president Ronald Reagan. Today we focus on a man that was embracing the herringbone wool blazer in the 1960s, Mick Jagger.
This season we collaborated with British menswear designer Matthew Miller on a six-piece capsule collection, uniting a Disaffected Generation since Forever. We caught up with Matthew to talk about the collection, his first Ben Sherman shirt and why he got into fashion.
He’s playing drums with Damon Albarn and The Heavy Seas, a DJ and producer and then he’s got a definite sense of sartorial style. We talk to Pauli LoveJoy(Paul Stanley-McKenzie) about fashion and music inspiration, what it’s like to be in a band with The Heavy Seas and his favourite ways to accessorize a look when wearing a suit.
We sat down with Seattle based singer-songwriter Noah Gundersen after performing his first Toronto show in our Ben Sherman store on Queen West. See what he has to say about music, style and culture.
We caught up with Born Ruffians, just before leaving for The Juno’s, here’s what front man Luke Lalonde had to say..
The BAFTA-winning writer/director, Shane Meadows and Mark Herbert (Dead Man’s Shoes, This Is England, Made of Stone), today revealed their latest project, a short film for Teenage Cancer Trust . The film marks the news that the pair have become official ambassadors for Teenage Cancer Trust.