We began life six years ago with one item of clothing passed on from father to son, simple and handmade, imperfect and honest, but with a lasting quality that transcended fashion and generations. It became the inspiration for a brand based on subtle variations, fit and function.

For this new collection, we are celebrating “the pass”, the idea of passing something on. Something new coming out of the past, from humble beginnings that in the process of being passed on becomes more social and gains a deeper value. Something precious to be saved. Something to be loved and looked after. Something that can go from old to young, reinventing and reinvigorating.

The palette for the collection is muted colour, conventionally masculine, predominately black, navy, charcoal and olive; more grown up with the idea of mixing black and navy together often on the same garment. There are little highlights of colour that act as a splash of fun amongst the subtle colours and tonal variations of the rest the collection.

We have moved towards a cleaner, less designed look; simplistic, honest garments that feel great to touch - textured and soft. Melton and Italian wools mostly used for more tailored pieces, merino wools, mohair knits, super soft jersey, as well as the much-loved staples of Japanese and English washed and overdyed cottons, in the more casual styles.

We have moved towards a cleaner, less designed look; simplistic, honest garments that feel great to touch - textured and soft. Melton and Italian wools mostly used for more tailored pieces, merino wools, mohair knits, super soft jersey, as well as the much-loved staples of Japanese and English washed and overdyed cottons, in the more casual styles.

The key shapes are the mixing of 80’s street and smart; an everyday suit jacket with a loose tapered pant, smart coats with sports pants, luxury knits with worker pants and also shorter bomber jacket variations from sportswear of the same time.

We are pretty proud of this new collection. It's our best yet, until the next one.