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Key pieces from our Autumn collection

Seasons change, but values don't. We've been busy to create our new Autumn collection and are delighted to welcome you to a selection packed with tremendous new additions. Take a glance at our favorite highlights, we are sure you will be impressed.

  • Navy--canvas--quilted--coat
  • Ink-herringbone-tailored-fit-Black-Label-suit
  • White-twill-non-iron-shirt
  • Aspel-navy-multi-triangle-handmade-tie
  • Harris-tweed-classic-fit-jacket
  • Tan-Chatton-tumbled-leather-Derby-brogue-shoes

1. Navy canvas quilted coat

If there’s one thing to be learned from the changeable British weather it’s the value of a truly versatile coat! Wherever you are, whatever you’re wearing, when the weather turns chilly you’ll want to reach for this Made in England quilt. Who would have guessed that a staple of rural life, originally made from a quilted horse blanket, would go as well with a suit in the city as it does with cords in the country?

Navy canvas quilted coat

2. Ink herringbone Black Label suit

Tailoring this season is all about the "new blue" suit. A well dressed gent may well have a navy suit or two in their wardrobe, but this Ink Black Label fabric offers a fresh and refined twist. Woven in a family-owned mill in Yorkshire, the heart of the British woollen industry, it is a subtle two-tone blue herringbone. Dressed up with a bright tie it is vibrant enough to turn heads at a party, but with a more sober tie discreet enough to draw admiring glances at the office.

Ink herringbone Black Label suit

3. White twill non-iron shirt

There is a reason why this shirt is offered in three fits, two collar shapes and with french or button cuffs – because every man should have one in his wardrobe! Or in his suitcase for that matter – non-iron is great for travel. Made from 100% cotton two-fold 80s yarn in our special twill weave it is, quite simply, the perfect white shirt.

White twill non iron shirt

4. Godfrey navy multi triangle handmade tie

A unique set of materials go into this tie: It is made by hand in England, using fabric from a Suffolk weaver with a history dating back to the 1700s. Its dense weave packs in the yarn for a luxurious handle. The yarn itself, a special 7-ply silk, gives vibrancy to the colorful jacquard design. However this handmade tie is so much more than the sum of its parts – which is also true of the man who wears it!

Godfrey navy multi triangle handmade tie

5. Harris tweed sport coat

Over the last few seasons tweed has established itself as a fashion favourite for the winter months. This sport coat however, is literally The Real McCoy. Hand woven by islanders on Scotland’s Outer Hebrides, using local wool and foot-powered looms, Harris Tweed is a unique cloth – An Act of Parliament guarantees it! Add gold satin lining, patch pockets, suede elbow patches and the result - a timeless jacket made from an iconic fabric.

Harris tweed jacket

6. Tan Chatton Derby brogue

These quintessentially British brogues are made using soft luxury calf leather from one of the finest tanneries in France. Before lasting the leather goes though a painstaking process of flattening and printing to create a unique tumbled effect. The non-slip Dainite rubber soles have been produced in Leicestershire, the heart of British shoemaking, since 1910. Each sole, moulded under 300 tonnes of pressure, is surely the very definition of built to last!

Tan Chatton Derby brogue