Designers There are 8 designers

  • Aquascutum

    Set up by John Emary, Aquascutum began as a Mayfair tailors in 1851. From the beginning, fine craftsmanship and technical innovation have been at the forefront of the brand, and two years after opening, Emary created and patented the first waterproof textile. This unique development led to inspire the brand’s name, which translates as ‘water shield’, from Latin. The company’s growing success led to a relocation of the flagship store to 100 Regent Street in 1895.

  • Fred Perry

    The brand founded by triple Wimbledon champion Fred Perry in 1952 and adopted by generations of British subcultures ever since. The Laurel Wreath is always worn as a badge of honour.

  • Lacoste

    The famous brand known for Mens Polo shirts, Accessories, Leather goods & Sportswear.

  • Luke

    Luke 1977 Designer Clothing

  • Lyle & Scott

    Lyle & Scott is a Scottish knitwear brand well known for its golfing knitwear.

  • Ma.Strum

    Founded in 2008, MA.STRUM is a menswear brand that specialises in technical outerwear and apparel. Designs are predominantly, though not exclusively, inspired by a wide range of historic and present-day military attire. Rather than submit to industry trends, MA.STRUM tirelessly pursues a grand marriage of form and function, constructing garments that not only look good, but truly perform against the elements. Products arrive as a result of an intensive research and development process, one that champions innovation and the use of sophisticated, modern fabrics coupled with cutting-edge production techniques.

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