This traditional fishermen sweater is part of the Eribe Knitwear award-winning Ecology collection, a range of environmentally friendly heritage garments in classic designs. The entire sweater is handmade in the Shetland Islands, where the wool is spun and knitted by the locals. The natural wool regulates your body temperature by drawing moisture away to let your skin breathe.
Traditional Fair Isle design knitwear from Fair Isle, Shetland. It was widely popularised in the 1920s when Edward VIII, the Prince of Wales, wore a Fair Isle when golfing. This timeless vest is suitable for everyday wear; it can be worn casual with anything or it can be worn smart with a business suit.
A stylish tweed 'News Boy` cap is based on the 8 piece design originally worn by children selling newspapers in the street stands. It is made by Olney Headwear using the best of British materials. Olney Headwear has been making the finest English headwear since 1914.
A raised leather belt is the epitome. It enhances the lustre of the Sedgwick leather from just about any angle, yet it can still be worn in an understated way that oozes quality and good judgement. The making of one of these stunning pieces represents hours and hours of work by a National award-winning craftsman. Each Raised belt contains around 800 stitches: every one of them worked by hand.
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