Universal Works, Percival and Whillas and Gunn are brands that explore age-old traditions and reinterpret them for a modern, style-conscious audience. Ferryman jackets are given slimmer, more tailored cuts; Australian Outback silhouettes are ready for life outside of harsh conditions. It’s the idea of relating an image that is functional to the next generation that has a yearning to continue the previous legacy. Japanese fabrics are able to make bold statements that are reinforced through the craftsmanship of British needlework and Portuguese shirt-makers. There is the want to reveal a story that will grow in a respectable direction.
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