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Introducing: The PS English Tweed Overcoat

Good design is about thinking through every aspect of a piece like a DB, and making conscious aesthetic choices. That's what makes a piece feel different when you put it on, and why it remains a favourite after five, 10, 20 years of wear.

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  • Unpicking The Zip Up Funnel Neck

    Rarely is the same thought and attention given to mainline collections applied to jersey, with inferior construction and second rate fabric often being a sticking point. This is not so with our jersey range, with this, the funnel neck zip up, a particular highlight.
  • Meet The Makers

    Many of our makers have honed their craft over many years with us, often decades. Their passion, commitment, attention to detail, grit, determination, and humour are a joy to behold every single day.
  • A Passion For Classic Cars 

    We sit down with James Szkiler, CEO of Classic and Sportscar Centre UK, to discuss Landys, mistaken Lamborghinis & everything in between
  • Ultimate Versatility: The Patch Pocket Overshirt

    Here is a piece that can transcend dress codes and social boundaries and can be worn with everything from jeans or even shorts, through to tailored trousers.
  • The Linen Field Jacket: A Re-Invented Classic

    The safari jacket deserves its place in the menswear canon. It’s an instantly recognisable piece, evoking a lost time of romance and adventure.
  • The Insulated Clothing Collection: Practicality Meets Warmth

    We’re constantly looking to improve and develop on our pieces and executing them in fresh ways. Which is where designs like our Insulated Gilet and Jacket come in.
  • Ventile® Canvas: Reimagining our Peacoat & Duffle

    We’ve reengineered these two well-loved pieces of outerwear, transforming them into unlined, breathable and entirely waterproof spring jackets.
  • Introducing: The PS Reversible Suede Bomber

    The new version of our reversible suede bomber jacket - reversible so you can turn it inside out at the first hint of rain - is finally here.
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