Twice a month, we like to thank our sponsors for their support, and this mid-month, we begin by thanking Ledbury. They specialize in men’s dress shirts, which they offer through two collections: a “core” collection that stays with them throughout each season, and a limited run of “short run shirts” that allows them to get more creative with fabrics and styles. This month, their short run series is on hyperdrive, as they’re releasing a new design every day. Their jersey Blue Ashton has already almost sold out due to its popularity, and today, they just released the light blue, chambray tab collar you see above.
Our second sponsor The Hanger Project specializes in high-end wooden hangers, but they also carry a wide range of other products. Today, they’ve added knitwear to their growing inventory, and included is the special collaboration polo by John Smedley and Simon Crompton, as well as some pieces by Inis Meain. Inis Meain is a small, specialty knitwear producer based in the Aran Islands, but they’re not your typical Aran sweater company. Instead of the scratchy stuff you’d find at a souvenir shop, they only use the finest British wool, Italian cashmere, and Peruvian baby alpaca fibers. Densely knitted, these make their sweaters exceptionally soft and hardy.
Our third sponsor Frank Clegg Leatherworks designs and makes leathergoods for both men and women. They recently designed a special line of bags just for Michael Bastian’s runway show, and this month, they’re working with the much celebrated designer on a special collaboration line. This will be the first Frank Clegg Leatherworks x Michael Bastian collection, and though the pieces have yet to be designed, the plan is to include totes, duffles, messengers, briefcases, and other accessories.
Finally, we want to thank Compass Rose Design for their continued support. They sell a range of accessories made from vintage finds, such as antique trolley tokens and old railroad date nails.
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