Setting out to create timeless classics that become part of your everyday life, I’ve heard excellent things about new boy on the block, Malloch’s. I caught up with owner and creator, Chris Chasseaud, to learn more about the brand. Enjoy!
After a short break we are back with a corker of an interview. We caught up with Paul Clapham, owner of one of my new favourite brands, Uskees. If you like well-made menswear in bold colours, you must check them out. Enjoy!
Sollt. is an independent men’s clothing and lifestyle studio founded in Manchester in 2019. They create print-led statement pieces that interpret the latest trends into functional street style. Born from the ethos that statement clothing doesn’t have to be loud and that understatement doesn’t have to be timid, Sollt. is the perfect blend of theContinue reading “90s Throwback from Sollt. Studio”
Brothers, Rich and Nick, are the brains behind Fable, an up-and-coming clothing brand that encapsulates stories of their families that intrigued them growing up. They have many tales spanning from the early 1900s up to the present day and each release they produce is based on one of their “Fables”. I was very kindly sentContinue reading “Bringing Fables To Life”
I’ve always been very keen to talk to people from all aspects of menswear, not just the designers themselves but the people behind the scenes; the graphic designers, the photographers, the agencies – people who play an important role but can sometimes be overlooked in a brand’s success. Someone who ticks this box is friend of the blog, Robin Clementson, the man behind new agency, Start-Me-Up, who currently works with menswear giants such as Universal Works and 7L. Here is Robin’s story…
If you like meticulously designed and originally crafted, modern headwear, chances are you will like The Long Shot Exp. We caught up with Long Shot founder, Mike Holmes, to learn all about the brand and his experiences so far…
Twisted Wheel were a band which defined part of my youth growing up, and lead singer Jonny Brown has always been as sound as they come. I was delighted to catch up with Jonny for my latest Q&A – talking Oasis, his battles with addiction and homelessness, the Manchester scene, clothing and everything in between. A cracking interview if we do say so ourselves!
Built on sensibility and a commitment to protect, YASHA are making outwear like nobody else right now! Their jackets are devised to assist in life-threatening situations – without compromising on style, comfort and everyday wearability. We caught up with owner, Joshua McGhee, to find out more…
Simply put, Walker Slater are Tweed specialists. They offer tailored products with a creative and personal touch, also offering a made to measure service. I was very kindly sent a hat and scarf combo from Walker Slater to review. The Williamsburg is an eight-panel baker boy cap with rustic plain pink-toned burgundy Harris tweed madeContinue reading “Tremendous Tweed from Walker Slater”
Terrace Cult are a brand who knows what they want to achieve and how they are going to do it – if you are a fan of Terrace wear, chances are you have already become part of the cult. I was recently sent a number of pieces from the boys over at TC but itContinue reading “The Phantom Overshirt by Terrace Cult”
We were very kindly sent these cracking trainers from UK footwear specialists, Norman Walsh, and they haven’t left our feet much since! A favourite and iconic style of the 90’s, the European was a road and trail shoe famed for its comfort and versatility. A combination of the PB upper, coupled with the Walsh TrailContinue reading “A European Runner from Norman Walsh”
Our friends Percival have teamed up with Brighton based artist and illustrator, Sophy Hollington. Not being one to cut corners, her work takes the form of relief prints, created using the lengthy process of lino-cutting. Her personal work tackles themes from meteoric folklore to alchemical symbolism and she’s interested in wrangling the most out-there ideasContinue reading “The Cautionary Tales of Struwwelpeter by Percival x Sophy Hollington”