Pitti Uomo 94

Pitti Uomo 94 has come to a close for another season and with that we saw a wide breadth of inspirational looks from the fashion elite and peacocks alike. This season saw a more casual tone to the best dressed men of Pitti. 
Silhouettes were progressively looser again, tailoring softer and unconstructed, sometimes discarded in lieu of lighter, more streetwear orientated jacketing.
Sneakers are still not the bread and butter of the sartorial at Pitti, however that is not to say we did not see the occasional hyped sneaker - Y-3 and Off White x Nike were definitely out in full force from those in the know.
Pitti once again has provided us with a overwhelming amount of inspiration for the upcoming summer season, which we can't wait to show you in our stores soon. 
Next stop - Paris Fashion Week.


Sunglasses - Garrett Leight California Optical

Coat - Oliver Spencer 

Blazer - Maharishi

Trousers - Cellar Door



New Collections In Store Now

With the end of Daylight Saving, the accompanying rain, wind and drop in temperature, our latest delivery from Italy seems very timely.

Featuring our broadest range of jackets and coats to date from outerwear specialist Gian Carlo Rossi, sumptuous wool/cashmere knitwear from Crossley and winter-weight shirting in soft, brushed cotton from Aglini.



Drôle De Monsieur’s SS18 capsule collection is based around the iconic sunset logo from the 80’s, intended to hark back to an era only seen on TV. An American age of culture where logos were as essential as it seems to be on streetwear today.



New brand to Edit.

MONITALY has just landed from the US.

Founded by Japanese designer Mr Yuki Matsuda in Hermosa Beach, California, Monitaly updates classic American designs with contemporary fits and fabrication blending sophisticated detailing with astute attention to silhouette. Keeping the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi in mind their ultimate goal is to create garments that will age beautifully and be equally as distinctive and compelling today as they will be tomorrow.


Drôle De Monsieur Collection N°5

This Spring/Summer 2018, Drôle de Monsieur releases “Collection N°5.” Like previous seasons collections, contemporary streetwear styles are infused with a retro aesthetic.

This latest collection by Drôle de Monsieur features track jackets and pants, paneled shirts, windbreakers, functional hoodies, graphic sweatshirts and t-shirts, polos, and caps. To create an easy-to-wear wardrobe, the entire collection has been designed in monochromatic tones. Each piece is made from high-quality luxury fabrics, such as Japanese satins, Italian knits, French woven fabrics, Canadian fleeces, and Korean technical fabrics.

Each season, the designers draw inspiration from childhood memories that continue to play in their minds—such as scenes from old movies and images of the now vintage clothing they once wore—and infuse these with a modern attitude.



Oliver Spencer Spring Summer 2018

Oliver Spencer’s Spring Summer 2018 collection was inspired by Oli’s love of the town he grew up in, London.

London, a beautifully proud, tough and loving place, has always been a love of Oliver Spencer’s. The SS18 collection is a homage to this great city.

The colour palette of dusky green, cool blue, deep umber and ecru are accentuated by stripes and checks that run through the whole collection. Fabrics are textured and intricate with an artisan feel.



3x1 — Premium denim from Soho, NYC

New brand to Edit.

3×1 has just landed from the US. Created by denim prodigy Scott Morrison, 3×1 is based in Soho, NYC.

The brand boasts the largest collection of premium selvedge denim in the world, all of which is utilised to produce a premium denim collection manufactured by a 24 person team located in the heart of their flagship store.

This season we have introduced a selection of raw and washed Japanese denim which we believe accurately represents its deservedly large cult status in the fashion and denim world.

Available in store now.


Suberou adidas Y-3

New sneaker style for SS18

Global release tomorrow.
Limited quantities.

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