Set up in a small Welsh town outside Cardiff as a side project in 2004, Weekend Offender was the brainchild of Sam Jones and Rhydian Powell.
No-nonsense, functional and stylish items that would be present in pubs, clubs and at football matches. Weekend Offender is a go-to brand for lads ‘at the sharper end of the terrace’.
Among the celebrities spotted wearing the brand are Liam Gallagher, Ed Sheeran and actors Tom Hardy and Danny Dyer.
MA.STRUM began in late 2008 as a partnership with the Massimo Osti Archive and would later become, and today remains, proudly independent.
While each collection boasts a variety of influences, MA.STRUM does draw most significantly from the worlds of sportswear, performance clothing & military design.
Now under the stewardship of owner & CEO John Sharp, the brand is headquartered in Essex, England.
Brutus Jeans is a British clothing company founded in 1966 by brothers Keith and Alan Freedman, who were 18 and 17 years old at the time. In 2009 Keith’s son Jonathan Freedman relaunched the brand in a low key and stylish manner.
Brutus is a classic British brand that has been part of different subcultures for years, 'when you're wearing a Trimfit you're guaranteed to look smart.'
Bewley & Ritch was established in 2011 in Manchester.
The company took inspiration from city traders, Ralph Bewley and Eddie Ritch, who are described as ‘partners in crime’ back in the swinging sixties who partied hard and evenyually invested their money in fashion textiles.
The label is full of classic, well cut, quality styles that are built to last and will be a valuable addition to your wardrobe.
In the summer of 2012, a small Trojan Records clothing collection was launched as a sub-brand in the Lambretta clothing collection.
In the summer of 2015, the decision was taken to make Trojan Records a clothing brand in its own right.
With an aim to create high quality, timeless pieces incorporating elements of traditional favourites, while keeping the look contemporary, with an extensive range that includes Harringtons, parkas, track-tops, fine-gauge knitwear, polos, tees, button down shirts and jeans.
Award winning hyperrealism artist, MR-Art, Mark Reynolds specialises in graphite pencil drawings, paying homage to the Manchester Music scene that started in the 1980's.
Memorable images from decades gone by are brought to life in stunning fashion, featuring the likes of Liam and Noel Gallagher, Ian Brown (The Stone Roses), Paul Weller, Marilyn Monroe, Bob Marley and Tom Finney to name a few.
Now his work in hyperrealism, is striking a chord with people far and wide.
Swade Clothing was founded in 1973, the male fashion house was originally a clothing production plant in the 50s. Years of experience on the front of a production line gives the house a superior knowledge in garment construction.
This season we see the brand taking creativity down new routes with a very strong direction for trends.