These stylish trainers combine the best of the old and the new. We've collaborated with Norman Walsh, the designer behind the 1984 British Olympic Team’s multi-purpose training shoe, to deliver the best in quality and versatility.The herringbone tweed is a modern twist on the classic trainer.
Tweed fabric, vintage vibes and a contemporary cut: these blazers are the epitome of British design. We've given the heritage style a sophisticated update with a classic, fitted shape and playful printed lining. Team with laid-back jeans or go full-on country-house chic.
This longline coat is made in Britain, with tweed sourced from the Yorkshire-based Abraham Moon & Sons mill. Leave the belt loose to keep things relaxed or pull it in for a smart fitted shape.
No wardrobe is complete without a shift dress, and that's a fact. This semi-fitted design is made from 100% British-milled wool for an authentic look that will last for years. Wear it alone, or layered over a rollneck jumper when it's chilly.
This is British heritage at its finest. With tweed sourced from Yorkshire's historic Abraham Moon & Sons mill. The wide-leg cut is smart and universally flattering – especially when paired with a slim-fit top. Plus you can banish any fears about itchy fabric: these trousers are seriously soft.
Brunch with friends, 9am meetings or romantic dinner dates – there's nowhere this pencil skirt won't go. And with that contrast grosgrain ribbon you're bound to turn heads. Its British-milled tweed makes it an instant classic, while the full lining will keep you feeling cosy.
An icon of the Sixties, and now your wardrobe, the mini skirt is back in British-milled tweed. It's comfortable to wear with a slight A-line shape, above-the-knee cut and full lining. We've finished it off with slanted pockets and a grosgrain waistband.