5. Menswear Inspiration


Top 7 Selvedge Denim Jeans

High-quality denim jeans that require more time-consuming production, selvedge denim is the go to choice for denim purists who love classic cuts and a raw, unwashed finish. Woven with a shuttle, it’s a much slower, traditional process that produces a higher-quality finish, and self-edges that don’t fray. Selvedge denim is known for being heavy-wearing, taking longer to soften and shape to the wearer’s body, but with time, it moulds to reveal your character, becoming a real product of your lifestyle. With so many selvedge jeans brands out there, at Stuarts... Read More


Sergio Tacchini, Timeless Icons

Sergio Tacchini will forever be an iconic brand – the logo alone brings you a sense of nostalgia along with the appreciation of the design, quality and style. The heritage athletics brand has long represented authenticity, craftmanship and classic design. Founded in 1966 by the Tennis champion Tacchini himself, the brand soon propelled into the spot light and their bold colour choice only set them apart from other brands that all followed an all white aesthetic for traditional sportswear.

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The Summer Shirt Guide SS21

The time for warm weather dressing is here and finally time to break out your summer shirting. The summer shirt has had a bit of renaissance in recent years. It is in many ways superior to the t-shirt in hot weather - its open weave style, wider, open collar and slightly smarter appearance lends for a look that is cooler in every sense of the word.

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Workwear Capsule SS21

For our Work Wear Capsule, we put together some of our favourites from this season including Monitaly, Danton, Anonymous Ism, Workware, Universal Works, Armor Lux, Portuguese Flannel, Uniform Bridge, Gramicci and Stan Ray in order to showcase the quality clothing these brands produce and to help give some ideas of how to combine workwear pieces for a relaxed but put-together style.


The Boston, Exceptional Fit & Style

The Birkenstock Boston clog is an extremely versatile classic that not only combines ease and comfort, but also style. This silhouette can be worn all year round and is a great addition to your wardrobe. With its unique comfortable foam layer, the ultra soft footbed offers luxury comfort and care for your feet – all day long, whatever the journey. Its natural design is down to the upper made from especially soft suede, which fits the foot like a second skin, giving you a true all day comfort. The Legendary... Read More

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The Summer Edit

It's taken its time, but summer is finally here and we couldn't be happier. We're fully stocked with exciting new releases from the brands doing some really cool things in the menswear space right now. We decided to put together this summer edit for you so you can get some ideas of how to step up your style this summer.

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Belstaff SS21

Versatility has always been something of great importance to the brand. They want you wear their clothes and they are designed to be enjoyed. The Camber Jacket is a great example of this. With it's lightweight build and neutral colour palettes it keeps that biker look and high-quality without the added weight. Sleek lines, neutral colour palette and made from water-resistant micro poly fabric - this is a great option for year round style.


Danton, Japanese Workwear

Before making it’s way over 9,000km to the streets of Osaka and Tokyo; let’s retrace our steps. It all began in 1935 with one Mr Gabriel DANTON deciding to purchase shares in his sisters company ‘Manufacture Textile du Centere’ (M.T.C), Mr Danton who since becoming the manager of the company in 1935, swiftly renamed the company to DANTON. He also trademarked the eye-catching red logo, which is still used today. In terms of the clothing being produced, little has changed since the re-branding in 1935. They focused on traditional French workwear favourites such as overalls, work jackets, work trousers and even aprons, almost all of which can still be seen in the brands collections today. The goods were sold as wholesale items from their office and warehouse located at 4o rue Croix des Petits Champs, Paris. Eventually the workshop in Chatre sur Cher closed but DANTON was amendment in keeping production in France; first in Flers in the 90s and Le Lude by the 00’s which perhaps has been part of the brands appeal to workwear style lovers in Japan and all over the world.