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Ortiga Coat in Ash Green - Studio Nicholson
Ortiga Coat in Ash Green
  • £840.00
  • £700.00
Ortiga Coat in Tan - Studio Nicholson
Ortiga Coat in Tan
  • £840.00
  • £700.00
Ora Jacket in Black - Studio Nicholson
Ora Jacket in Black
  • £375.00
  • £312.50
Ora Jacket in Olive - Studio Nicholson
Ora Jacket in Olive
  • £375.00
  • £312.50
Alto Coat In Dark Navy - Studio Nicholson
Alto Coat In Dark Navy
  • £825.00
  • £687.50
Alto Nylon Coat In Lead - Studio Nicholson
Alto Nylon Coat In Lead
  • £825.00
  • £687.50
Lento Windbreaker In Dark Navy - Studio Nicholson
Lento Windbreaker In Dark Navy
  • £395.00
  • £329.17
Lento Windbreaker In Lead - Studio Nicholson
Lento Windbreaker In Lead
  • £395.00
  • £329.17
A Deliberate Pace – The Origin of SNJP Sweatshirts

A Deliberate Pace – The Origin of SNJP Sweatshirts

For Loopwheeled fabric, it’s definitely a case of ‘slow and steady wins the race’. Speed of production is the virtue that most companies strive for – but in this case, a reluctance to digitise, enhance or accelerate the process is precisely what makes the product so sought after. Loopwheeled fabric today is being made in exactly the same way as it was almost 100 years ago, when ‘hanging-knitting’ style machinery was masterminded in 1926 by an Italian inventor called Guiseppe Negra. Using a needle similar to a fishing hook, the Loopwheel machine gently rotates, steadily knitting the one metre of fabric per hour. Pre-1960s, this was how all good sweatshirts were made; but then along came snazzy new technology, paving the way for state-of-the-art equipment that could produce 20 metres of cloth in an hour, with needles rotating faster than the human eye could see. 

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Optical Illusions - The Durability of White Denim

Optical Illusions - The Durability of White Denim

Everyone knows that the best things in life involve risk – and none more so than a commitment to wearing white denim. Why let stain anxiety ruin the day? Just accept the wash & wear mentality and you’ll seen realise the rewards most definitely outweigh the grubby dangers. Nothing lights up the leg quadrant of a modular wardrobe like optic white.
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Summer 20 Collection - Shadow Science

Summer 20 Collection - Shadow Science

Taking inspiration from the work of mid-century abstract artist Victor Passmore, rich dark saturated hues form the basis for the Summer 20 collection, with optic whites taking more of an understated highlight role. Hot tomato reds, forest fern greens, burnt browns, blacks and midnight blues span the separates, signalling a sophisticated shift in our perception of dressing when the mercury hits double figures. 

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