The classic British tailoring is balanced out with subtle modernity of clever design references and fabric selection. Innate British patterns of Prince of Wales check and Blackwatch tartan, sourced from famed fabrics mills such as Hardy Minnis and Lovat, are silhouetted in British Teddy Boy styling of the 1950s with square, strong shoulder line and wider lapels, as well as detachable jacket liners to classic overcoats, pioneered by Ray Petri’s Buffalo movement. Inspired by the drawings and taxidermy collections of Victorian-era naturalists, motifs of single feathers and monkeys appear in wide range of forms and applications, such as bold all-over prints and intricate embroideries.