THE REPORT

THIS WEEK

British style has long been a pillar within the fashion industry, a highly sought after look which people strived to get a piece of. Unlike the other fashion capitals of Paris, Milan and New York, our homespun style can be split into two very different looks; heritage and contemporary. Obviously the two merge every now and then, with many contemporary designers choosing the incorporate a taste of our heritage into their collections, blending the classics with the modern.  When it comes down to tradition there’s nothing more British than a good pair of leather brogues, and for this we always turn to our good friends at Grenson Shoes. You really can’t get much more British than these guys. Founded by one man – William Green – in Northamptonshire (which if you didn’t already know is the home to any shoemaker worth his salt) in 1866, Grenson has sustained through multiple wars, hundreds of trends and is doing better than ever. William Green learnt....

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Posted on 27/02/2015

We’ve been a stockist of Cruyff Classic trainers for a long time now, and firmly believe in the design and passion that’s put into them. They sit exceptionally well alongside the likes of Y3, Creative Recreation and Lacoste, who all bring something different to the table. Cruyff bring an authentic athletic look, using the....

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February isn’t just about heart shaped chocolates and stacks of pancakes, it also marks the start of the awards season. With the BAFTAs already done and dusted, and the Oscars coming up at the end of the month, cinematography is all anyone is talking about. Belstaff are celebrating the season in their own way,....

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