Farah X YMC

To celebrate it’s 100-year anniversary, Farah wanted to do something special by paying homage to its roots, and taking a closer look at what Farah represents to the people who have worn and have enjoyed it over the years. One of those people happened to be YMC co-founder Fraser Moss who has spoken in the past about his experience with the brand. Both brands draw inspiration from subculture; whether it be within music or fashion, and it was out of this dedication to recognising these groups that this collaboration was realised.

View the SS17 Farah Lookbook 27/01/2017

The Early SS17 Farah Collection Is Now Online

  A longstanding favourite of menswear across the globe, this season’s collection of Farah menswear draws inspiration from our very own city of London and its brutalist architecture.  Having a strong connection to the UK,  and London in particular (see our History of Farah Blog), the collection looks back at Farah’s roots with a series of key aesthetics featuring strong colour blocking for a striking and bold look that will take centre stage of your wardrobe throughout the season ahead. Spring may yet still seem a world away but we... Read More

The History of Farah 13/01/2017

Behind the Farah Clothing Label

Farah clothing is one of those menswear labels that has been around for as long as we can remember. As we add more and more stock to our online collection at Stuarts London, we thought we would take a brief look back at the history of the much loved label that is only three years short of its centenary. If you wanted to check out our fantastic Farah Clothing collection then please click here! The Origins of The Farah Shirt Making Business Like many of the US’s “heritage” labels, Farah originals... Read More

Not Just for Christmas: A True Fairisle Is a Serious Piece of Craftsmanship

Fair Isle knits are a simple and easy way to inject some colour and warmth into any winter wardrobe. Once the unwanted Christmas present the Fairisle jumper is now officially the on-trend statement knit of winter 2011/12. The Fairisle design has also been picked up by the mid to higher end designers, who – as with the high street stores – have experimented with colours, designs and base items to create a cleaner cut, more wearable item.  The generic technique however, has expanded, creating more patterns and allowing greater flexibility... Read More