We followed Nigel Cabourn and Emilie Casiez to the Halley Stevensons Oilcloth Factory in Dundee, Scotland, where together we produced a special hand painted camouflage fabric for AW18.
Select pieces from our SS21 collection features a special kind of fabric, inspired by real-life vintage pieces. Panama Cloth, or 'Cellular Aertex Cloth’ named by Aertex Mills in Manchester (est. 1888), is composed of small cells, in which air is enclosed, and warmed by the heat of the body. The clot…
Over at our Ponytail Supplies store, we’ve fully stocked up on all the coziest, and hard working W’menswear schwagg for winter. Inspired by designer Lauren’s passion for slow-made textiles, and photographs of her British grandparents during World War II, the collection is intricately layered with research, developed for hard hitting gals of today. Browse the collection here
Be first to witness the W’menswear Spring Summer 18 collection, inspired by the impermanence of both happiness and suffering, two opposing forces that fill our lives with growth and beauty. No mud, no lotus
For the March issue of Travel + Leisure South East Asia, Lauren shared her Slow Fashion philosophy that is the foundation of the W’menswear brand, as well as her favourite experiences around the region. In light of today’s issue launch, we are giving you a big bite into what makes her tick with a very meaty interview by Travel + Leisure South East Asia’s assistant editor Veronica Inveen.
As the beginnings of a women’s workwear line that plunges into a lifestyle driven design philosophy, Syndrome is the ’her’ to established mens brand, ’Syndro’ out of Taiwan. Perfectly (geographically) positioned for production, a strong work ethic, passion, a growing economy, as well as access to an incredibly diverse range of textiles from neighbouring China, Korea, Japan, and further down to South East Asia; these guys are exceptionally geared for making niche luxury workwear.
So many of our favourite labels have put much research into history and heritage, to build upon and in the name of continuing a legacy of timelessness. Today we need to be attentive to provenance more than ever thanks to a very globalised market force driven by growth. So when it comes to curating the wardrobe our selection needs to be mindful, so let’s talk about bigger picture
A great fabric has the power to elevate design and give life to it, thanks to the way it was made, or perhaps the history it carries within its fibres. When we get dressed we should consider the appropriateness of a fabric to the occasion, climate, or perhaps the mood we might be in that day.
Our pals The Hill-Side have been working away at bringing us the most textile-delicious store possible. So as of yesterday November the 5th, the doors of the first ever The Hill-Side flagship store opened. Come walk around the store with us!
Fresh off the press and our pals Emil and Sandy Corsillo of The Hill-Side have grabbed place of ’GQ’s Best New Menswear Line’. Thinking about the ingredients that make a energy bubble like the Corsillos’ and I’ve put it down to a great balancing act of taking and giving. Here we asked co-founder Emil about smells, life, and zombies, as well as explore their tight thread tradery.
We take you over to London for the London Collection: Men’s shows where the Nigel Cabourn team killed the runway for a celebration of men and women through History