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  • adidas Originals


    The trefoil was first introduced in 1972 at the Munich Olympic Games where it could be seen on every official and on 1,164 out of the 1,490 competing athletes Due to its visibility on every major athlete at the time as well as due to its strong presence in tennis (which at the time was enjoying never before seen popularity) on athletes such as Stan Smith & Ilie Nastase, by 1976 the trefoil had become one of the most popular and recognizable brand symbols in the world By the late 1970s and the 1980s, the trefoil had grown beyond sport and was beginning to be seen on a number of celebrities, in particular musicians The trefoil- symbol of Originals Trefoil- pronounced tref (to rhyme with deaf)- oil It is derived from a latin word meaning ‘three leaved plant’

  • Aquascutum

    Aquascutum was founded in 1851 by John Emary, who received a patent for a water repellent wool
    fabric. Known for its classic trench coats, worn by the British army, and its grid pattern.

    The name comes from the Latin “aqua” (water) and "scutum" (shield).

  • Barbour

    Barbour was founded in 1894, on the British east coast, by the Scotsman John Barbour. He saw a need for waterproof and reliable outerwear among the workers in the Northeast Kingdom.

    Previously, the fishermen used poorly suitable jackets coated with tar and fish oils. The introduction of oilcloth meant a softer, more comfortable jacket with the same water repellency and increased life-span.

    With its oil coats and famous check pattern symbolizes Barbour now the British heritage.

  • C.P. Company


    C.P. Company was founded in Italy in 1975 by Massimo Osti, with the idea of producing traditional Italian casual wear using inspiration from military uniforms. The now classic C. P. Company Google jacket is a recurring theme in the collections.

    The letters C & P is the initials of the name Chester Perry, which was the original name.

  • Ellesse

    Ellesse was founded by Leonardo Servadio in Perugia in 1959. The brand grew in popularity during the 1970s as a producer of skiwear. Another sport with which Ellesse has been closely associated since its early years is tennis. The Ellesse logo references the form of a tennis ball with the shape of the tips of a pair of skis.

    Through the 1970s and 1980s, Ellesse gained a reputation for combining sportswear functionality with street-level fashion styling. It was one of the first sportswear brands to feature their logo prominently on the outside of its garments. 

    The UK casuals/dressers adopted the brand in the '80s as premium sportswear took off across British terrace culture known today as '80s casuals a talked about comeback style back available in 2011 in limited Ellesse Heritage stores

  • Fila

    The Fila brand has over 100 years of heritage with its roots dating back to 1911 and the textile mills of Biella in Northern Italy.

    Fila has forever been associated with champions from a variety of sports such as tennis, skiing, basketball, motor racing, golf, football and running. These athletes stand out not only for their memorable achievements, but also for the unique Fila designs they were so closely associated with.

  • Fred Perry

    The brand founded by triple Wimbledon champion Fred Perry in 1952 and adopted by generations of British subcultures ever since. The Laurel Wreath is always worn as a badge of honour.

  • Henri Lloyd


    Henri Lloyd is a British sailing inspired brand that places great emphasis on function. They were among the first out with Gore Tex® on their outer garments. Besides their jackets they are well known for their classic polo shirts and the use of the Union Jack in the design.

  • Lacoste

    Founded in 1933 in France by tennis legend René Lacoste. One of the world's best known brands and parade garment is of course the classic polo shirt.

  • Ma.Strum

    Ma.Strum is the heritage from Massimo Ostis, the founder of CP Company and Stone Island.

    The constant experimentation with fabrics, colors and patterns resulted in the launch of C.P Company, which was quickly followed by Stone Island.

    Throughout the 1990s Osti worked with numerous different textiles, fabrics and styles, and those archive samples can today be seen in the result of Ma.Strum. All three brands offer a very unique and different style from the rest of the fashion market, and is hugely popular in its niche.

  • Marshall Artist

    Marshall Artist was born in London EC1 in 2001 and quickly became acknowledged as one of the UK´s best loved emerging menswear brands.

    The brand has been represented at some of the UK´s finest stores including Jones and Selfridges in London, as well as international stores including Colette of Paris and Ships of Japan.

    Marshall Artist has been spotted on the backs of many key people over the years including David Beckham, Kasabian, Kendrick Lamar and the Gallagher brothers to name a few.

  • Original Penguin

    In 1955, Minneapolis-based Munsingwear (an underwear and military supply company) ironically became the touchstone of suburban sport with the introduction of the first iconic golf shirt to America – an Original Penguin.

    The now famous Original Penguin logo has an interesting story behind it. As history tells us, one of Munsingwear’s salesmen spotted a flock of penguins in the window of a New York taxidermist – and on what seems like a lark, bought one of the stuffed birds. And before long, "Pete" the penguin became the official mascot and logo of golf shirts.

  • Paul & Shark

    Established in 1975, Paul & Shark was inspired by sportswear and by the passion and love of the sea that was so important to its founder, Paolo Dini. The brands aim has always been to seek excellence both in the quality of its products and the manufacture of its materials, guaranteeing a rigorous selection process based on exacting standards. Paul&Shark creates sportswear, smart casual and luxury lines, combining technical fabrics with elegant and stylish details. The company is today run by CEO and President Andrea Dini, the third generation of the family. From start to finish, every aspect of each product is made in Italy.v

  • Peaceful Hooligan

    Inspired by the early rave and casual culture did Tom Darbashire and Tom Sole from Stoke-On-Trent created the brand Peaceful Hooligan (2003).

    A brand created by lads for lads.