With the Fred Perry archives as the starting point, the Reissues collection is all about referencing the subcultural history of Britain.
Picture yourself this Christmas season in your favorite armchair, the room lit only by the light of a crackling fire as you sip that
When my trusty Kent OG4 brush (beech wood base with white bristles) had no more life to give, I thought I would upgrade to the OE1 ebony wood club brush for a slightly more upscale look.
A new twist on the classic quilted jacket has come about through a collaboration between The Merchant Fox and Lavenham makers of quality country clothing.
The Pimlico chukka from Loake’s 1880 line represents a great value in English made shoes and the best that Loake has to offer. At a price of £209 (and steadily creeping upwards), this is still far more than your run of… Continue Reading
You know we love a good slim card case. For many, gone are the days of the full size wallet that was probably throwing off your alignment anyway. While there are many card cases available, one that is also of… Continue Reading
If you think that it’s only the venerable established names like Chapman, Tusting and Swaine Adeney Brigg that still make their products in the U.K., then think again. Recent upstart Holdall & Co, brainchild of Raimonda Navickaite, is doing just that… Continue Reading
Hand made using a sumptuous Prince of Wales check wool flannel from Fox Brothers and paired with tanned leather and solid brass fittings, The Merchant Fox (part of Fox Brothers) has produced this holdall which is made in Britain using… Continue Reading