There’s a new Blogger in town, and Sanyika is our man on the road. Having a look at what’s going on out and about on the streets of London – Sanyika Reports It’s a well established fact in the world of fashion that what goes around comes around and this is certainly the case with the vibram soled brogue by Grenson. This well loved shoe has a strong history of over two centuries as it has been worn in many ways by many types and its latest style revival is... Read More
Ben Sherman has certainly placed themselves back on the map with the Modern Classics collection. In 1963, Ben Sherman came back from America with the idea of making a button-down shirt. Having noticed the trend inspired by polo players of the time who used the button-downs to keep their shirt collars where they should be whilst riding. This practical, yet stylish feature was soon adopted by a set of style leaders back in England. In Modern Classics Ben Sherman has applied nearly 50 years of shirt making expertise to bring... Read More
For Spring/Summer 2011, Dockers® has dug dip into its extensive archive to develop a capsule range of Limited Edition pants and military style tops for its discerning male consumer. The second in the Dockers® K-1 – Made in San Francisco – series pays homage to the US soldiers serving in the South Pacific, its islands and the Far East during WWII. The Dockers® K-1 – Made in San Francisco – Khaki pant takes on all of the design details of the original U.S. Army Khaki pant produced during the early... Read More
Baracuta Jackets are one of the great contributions to menswear from Britain. The G9 is the original Harrington jacket, which is much copied- but the definitive is only made by Baracuta. Dressing icons and legends in G9 jackets since 1937 (from McQueen, Elvis & Sinatra to Liam Gallagher and Daniel Craig) Baracuta still make the original Harrington jacket to the exact same measurements and still lined with the iconic Fraser tartan. It is no surprise Baracuta want to celebrate their rich history, and as a special treat for lovers... Read More
Baracuta Rain Mac – 1966 edition. Baracuta have finally released the 1966 world cup rain mac, and it the timing is just perfect with Autumn fashion being launched into stores right now for the early shoppers. This Baracuta rain overcoat is an exact replica of the one worn back in 1966. On sale online and in store. RRP is £185 Check out the latest Baracuta collection in store for you right now.
Lavenham are an English manufacturer of superior quality country clothing, horse-rugs and accessories that pride themselves on sticking to the two innate attributes of Quality and Durability that have taken the brand so far since its inception in 1969. The two aforementioned vital components have allowed Lavenham to form an invaluable rock solid grounding to then set about venturing into a more fashion forward direction that sets this brand apart from the young pretenders and competition. The Lavenham brand was founded in 1969 and made the first nylon quilted horse... Read More