With Sam Bisso once again behind the lens, for SS17 we made our way to the picturesque streets of Notting Hill in the UK to shoot our Summer campaign. Read more >
A truly 1960’s design feature that was made popular by the Mod movement, the iconic Mod Stripe is prominent in our SS17 collection and features on a selection of shirts, tees, polos and jackets. Read more >
A Ben Sherman classic, the gingham button-down has transcended trends and decades to become a menswear favourite. An essential part of our brand DNA, the Gingham Shirt is a wardrobe icon. Read more >
London’s East End in the 1960s was gritty, grimy and arguably one of the most sartorially important places in time in living memory. The Kray twins ruled the roost, combining a touch of glamour and style sensibility with their violent, debauched career choices. Read more >
The 1960s in London were famously wild and arguabley the wildest area of all was the West End in which the impeciably dressed Mods had dominance. The Mods were a generation of Londoners looking to party the night away dressed in bold prints and sharp tailoring. Think Keith Moon mixing with the Krays and you'll get the picture. Read more >
For Autumn/Winter 2017, we go back to where it all started and delve into the Ben Sherman archives. In 1963, Ben Sherman redefined the shirt, taking it from a staple to a statement. We are proud to present three recreated classic shirts that span from the 60s through to the 80s, true replicas of the originals that represent over 50 years of classic British heritage.
The Punk subculture was equal parts a fashion and music movement that revolutionised the way the two connected. Most great musical movements start from a point of disenfranchisement, and unsurprisingly that was the case with punk, with predominantly young men looking to rebel against the status quo. Read more >
Think of the word ‘Harrington’ and the image that immediately comes to mind is that of the classic iconic style of light casual jacket. The two have been inextricably linked since the 1960’s, when Ryan O’Neal starred in 60’s soap Peyton Place as Rodney Harrington, regularly sporting the casual jacket style.
The South London Teddy Boys date back to the late 1940s and early 1950s when, following the war, Saville Row Tailor's revived the styles of the Edwardian era which was adopted by a generation of youngsters with money to burn who quickly became known as Teddy Boys or Teds. Read more >
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