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Universal Works Autumn/Winter 2011 collection

June 22, 2011

British Menswear label Universal Works have recently released some images of their soon to be available Autumn/Winter 2011 range. I’m guessing that what’s been shown so far is only a brief snapshot of what will be in stores and by the look of things it’s a really strong collection of clothing.

Universal Works are a label that like to use natural fabrics and yarns, and they also often use dead stock fabrics in their garments which would have otherwise gone to waste. It’s this care and attention to sourcing raw materials and also the thought and craftsmanship that goes into the product that in my view makes the brand so good.

The core principal of ‘good honest Menswear’ once again runs right through this collection of brilliantly designed and detailed staple garments. There’s some solid shirting and loads of great knitwear on show – the jumper in the first image and the navy cardigan in the fourth image both look particularly good for example and I’m sure there’ll be more where they came from.

There’s also a couple of nice outerwear pieces too, especially the green jacket in its mix of cotton and tweed. Like I said, only a brief snapshot but hopefully there won’t be too long a wait until we see more of this and it starts filtering through into the shops.

For more information on the brand or to find your nearest stockist, go to the website here: Universal Works.

One Comment leave one →
  1. Jonny Briggs permalink
    June 22, 2011 1:10 pm

    David’s done a good job with this collection. There’s more good stuff to come too.

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