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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.

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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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