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Mr Porter’s MR P. & The Lab Co. Collaborate on Clothing Care Kits

Leading UK detergent and care brand, The Lab Co., is delighted to announce a collaboration of specialist care kits with contemporary menswear brand Mr P., Mr Porter’s private label. Debuting exclusively on Mr Porter, the collaboration features two care kits including a Cashmere and Wool Kit and a Fabric and Shoe Kit. The Mr P. x The Lab Co. Cashmere and Wool Care Kit includes a Cashmere and Wool Detergent, Laundry Mist and Comb. This gentle scented duo with the warmth of cinnamon, relaxing notes of myrrh and finished with cedarwood with its natural moth repellent benefits, helps protect garments, while the mist keeps them fresh between washes. The Mr P. x The Lab Co. Fabric and Shoe Care Kit includes a Water-Proofing Liquiproof Protector and Freshener, Eco-Cleaner Spray,...

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G.H.BASS x Nicholas Daley Loafers

G.H.BASS is pleased to announce its latest collaboration with designer, Nicholas Daley. The G.H.BASS x Nicholas Daley collaboration reinterprets the classic Weejuns® Larson with a Super Lug sole, the new lightweight EVA lug sole. They are hand-crafted by artisans in El Salvador using time-tested tubular moccasin technique that George Henry Bass established in 1876 to ensure the utmost comfort. The strap and counter have been modified with a new shape and lengthened.  The shoes come in two colourways: navy with silver hardware and chocolate with antique brass hardware. Complete with a mixture of leathers such as suede, croc and a burnished leather for an added two-tone effect with a brushed and polished finish. Hand-stitched with contrasting thread and enriched by a cross blanket...

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Craghoppers New AW23 ‘Cool, Still.’ Campaign

In a world dominated by a relentless and fast-paced lifestyle, Craghoppers is taking a step back, inviting us all to embrace the serenity of nature in its AW23 campaign, aptly named ‘Cool, Still.’ This campaign encourages us to break free from the relentless hustle and bustle, to pause, reflect, and breathe. In a society that often glorifies constant motion, ‘Cool, Still’ advocates for a slower, more deliberate way of living. It’s about letting go of the “fast food mentality” and embracing a “slow-cooked movement.” Craghoppers wants you to experience the profound sense of stillness found in nature, encouraging you to hit the pause button and reconnect with the world around you. For this unique...

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ASKET’s Impact Receipt

After 3 years of development, Swedish brand ASKET has launched its ‘Impact Receipt’. Going forward, everyone who makes a purchase will receive 2 receipts: a regular transactional receipt and the an Impact Receipt, detailing the CO2, water and energy consumption for every garment, their packaging choice and shipping choice. A world first concept, it acknowledges the impact of our clothing consumption and helps us track our footprint to stay within our boundaries. As a privately owned, independent company, ASKET don’t operate for short term gains. They want to contribute to a brighter future. One that sees biodiversity persevere. One where they respect the hard work of the people who make the garments...

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Eton X The Beatles

Swedish shirt brand, Eton’s inaugural release features a series of eight shirts, each elegantly presented in a bespoke green box reminiscent of The Beatles’ Apple record label. Conceptualised by Eton’s Creative Director, Sebastian Dollinger, a lifelong fan of The Beatles, the collection serves as an ode to the band’s expansive discography. Drawing profound inspiration from the vast musical repertoire, each piece showcases unique artistic interpretations of the iconic elements from the band’s storied history. Details include an allover print with a playful nod to the infamous Abbey Road crossing and another shirt adorned with an all-over print inspired by the Revolver album’s iconic artwork. Dollinger also recreated John Lennon’s shirt from the “Get...

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Founder of Bee&Sons Circular Knitwear Launches New Range 

Crafted in the United Kingdom by skilled artisans using premium Italian yarns sourced from upcycled textiles, this exquisite collection emerges as a testament to sustainable fashion. The initial offering consists of two distinctive cardigans: Oskar, punctuated by an exclamation mark, and Joey, adorned with a question mark. While originally designed with men in mind, these cardigans have captivated women as well, becoming the epitome of versatile boyfriend cardigans. True to their commitment to minimizing waste, each piece in this collection is meticulously produced in small, eco-conscious batches. For those who miss the first release, pre-order options are available, with a maximum waiting period of two weeks. Bee & Sons proudly contributes to the recycling initiatives in Prato,...

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Manolo Blahnik Immersive ‘The Craft Room’ Exhibition Opens

Luxury shoe brand, Manolo Blahnik is delighted to announce upcoming immersive exhibition Manolo Blahnik: The Craft Room – the first multi-sensory virtual reality experience opening at xydrobe, Mayfair.  A spellbinding journey, Manolo Blahnik: The Craft Room dives into the dreams and designs of the heritage shoemaker and celebrates the brand’s extraordinary craftsmanship behind the men’s and women’s collections.   Designed by CEO Kristina Blahnik, creative features in the virtual space include the house’s signature polka dot motif as a ‘wallpaper’, originally inspired by Blahnik’s Spanish roots. The centre point of the experience is a replica of the designer’s desk which acts as the wayfinder to other...

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Community Clothing Launches UK Trainers With Walsh

Community Clothing launches trainers made in collaboration with cult British sports shoe makers Walsh. Norman Walsh has been handcrafting shoes for a huge range of sports at its Bolton factory since 1961 and have developed a cult following amongst athletes and trainer enthusiasts alike. Patrick Grant, Community Clothing founder, worked with the Walsh team re-designing a 1980’s running shoe from the extensive archive. The new unisex style, named ‘Beacon’ after Beacon Fell, a popular hill near Community Clothing’s HQ in Blackburn, comes in five colourways across a broad range of sizes. The new trainers will be introduced in limited numbers, but Grant is hopeful that this will become a longstanding collaboration. Patrick Grant comments: “It’s hard to say exactly why I love Walsh so much....

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UGG X Telfar Goes Denim

Southern California footwear brand UGG launches its sixth drop with Telfar. The brands designed this collection with two things in mind: to make self-expression comfortable for all and Telfar’s slogan, “It’s not for you – it’s for everyone.” Telfar is a “Unisex, luxury fashion brand founded in 2005 in New York City by Telfar Clemens.” Best known for The Shopping Bag featuring their signature “T” logo, TELFAR has disrupted the luxury bag fashion scene, with most of their online bag drops selling out in mere minutes. Continuing previous collaborations, this UGG® x TELFAR drop features carryover styles of shoes, shopper bags and apparel. TheChicGeek says, “Telfar is rinsing that tote bag. This is the sixth drop? I completely missed this. This isn’t for the...

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Kurt Geiger Oxford Street Opens

British accessories brand, Kurt Geiger, launches its flagship store in the centre of London’s Oxford Street. Within the doors of the 2,916 sq. ft. space is a new concept envisioned by Kurt Geiger’s Chief Creative Officer Rebecca Farrar-Hockley and brought to life by architect Stefano Ripoli, formerly of David Collins Studio. Offset by cool concrete ceilings and walls, retained from the inherited (G-Star) interior, Kurt Geiger’s playful British spirit and love of colour is evident throughout the new store. Rainbow-hued glass, reminiscent of stained-glass windows, frame the spaces. Illuminated antique brass shelving and display cases with eccentrically fringed accents hosts the full range of accessories, footwear and gifting for men and women. The focal point of the floor is without...

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