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Guild of Labour Autumn/Winter 2013 collection

July 29, 2013

Another label I discovered whilst looking around the London Collections: Men showrooms was Guild of Labour. They’re a small label who’s ethos is simple – to produce simple, beautiful product, and make it entirely in England.









Inspiration is taken from the ideals of workwear, early sportswear and also from vintage pieces from the owners’ own wardrobes. It’s not a heritage label, that’s not the point – it’s more about making clothing that continues the lineage of original workwear. And as such, the label focuses on fabrication, fit and finish, with the ideal of creating timeless long-lasting products.

Now in their second full season, the guys have put together another range of simply detailed wardrobe staples. There are a couple of outerwear variations, with traditional chore jackets and also a waxed cotton hooded jacket, all cotton shirts and in a variety of styles and some simple jersey basics.

For more information on the label and to find your nearest stockist, go to their website here: Guild of Labour.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Clarke permalink
    July 29, 2013 10:35 am

    My kind of workwear. Simple and tidy and not the faux heritage bollocks that’s been everywhere for the last few years.

  2. July 29, 2013 11:15 am

    Good collection. The cropped jackets are particularly nice!

  3. Owen permalink
    August 4, 2013 9:36 am

    Blue chore jacket. Absolute winner. Where can I get this stuff in Manchester?

  4. Adrian permalink
    August 16, 2013 3:28 pm

    There’s some good bits here for sure.

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