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An Interview With Our Founder Phil James

THE JACKET REQUIRED SS20 LINE UP: IN TALKS WITH &SONS   “The world needs pioneers”. That’s the philosophy that drives unique workwear label &SONS. Created in the UK by photographer Phil James, &SONS is designed by and for craftspeople, artisans and creatives with a passion for craftsmanship and quality. Taking on the values of quality, tradition and skill, &SONS are pioneers when it comes to creating a classic workwear look that fits seamlessly into modern life. We sat down with founder and creative director Phil James to find out just what &SONS stand for, and what we can expect to see from the brand at Jacket Required SS20. TELL US THE STORY BEHIND &SONS – HOW DID THE BRAND START?...

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&SONS PIONEERS - The master shoemaker of Montmartre

If the shoe fits… Atelier Constance – 5 rue Constance, 75018. Tel: + 33 (0)6 58 31 21 76.Jérôme Voisin gave up a career in the music business to follow in his father’s footsteps by becoming a traditional ‘cordonnier’ – the French word for a cobbler – with his own artisan studio in the celebrated Bohemian quarter of Paris, Montmartre. Jérôme wears the Crafter II Raw Navy Chore Jacket, Frontier 12oz Selvedge Denim Jeans and Elder Grandad Top  at home in his studio in Paris.  Jérôme wears the Crafter II Raw Navy Chore Jacket, Frontier 12oz Selvedge Denim Jeans and Elder Grandad Top  Jérôme wears the Crafter II Raw Navy Chore Jacket, Frontier 12oz Selvedge Denim Jeans and Elder Grandad Top  Traditional shoe-mending and shoe-making runs in Jérôme’s...

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Whats Next? The New Season Preview

Watch out for new colours and product lines dropping spring 2019 SHIBORI SCARF: Unique hand block print with stitched lines. 100% cotton . The Candy Stripe cloth is printed by hand using traditional techniques and coloured with natural dyes. They will never be perfectly printed like a digital printed cloth, but we find this part of their charm. Features our &SONS logo label. SWEATSHIRTS: New Colour added in our Classic Logo sweat - Slate Black. Hand printed and designed in Britain for that personal touch.  &SONS logo on the left of chest .85% organic cotton 15% polyester mix for perfect softness featuring a taped neck for comfort. Round crew neck, long sleeved sweat top.  Designed and printed in Britain  No.4 indigo wash Summer...

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THE STOREROOM - The Big Weekend Bag

THE STOREROOM Travel in style… &SONS Big Weekend Bag For people keen on going places, &SONS have developed the ideal bag that combines easy-living style with perfect practicality. &SONS Big Weekend Bag This hard-wearing Big Weekend Bag is &SONS personal take on a classic design and ideal for long weekends when you want to pack everything you need on your getaway in one large 34 litre bag. The Big Weekend Bag features &SONS signature chore pocket for your valuables alongside heavy-duty vintage-style zips and buckles with tough leather detailing and a strong shoulder strap. Brass studs on the base of the bag provide extra durability and prevent damage to the Big Weekend Bag’s rugged 100% cotton material. Our &SONS Big Weekend Bag is...

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&SONS PIONEERS - Signs of the times, Wooden Pins Sign Writers

Wooden Pins are a team of British sign writers who use traditional techniques to create beautiful signs and murals for their clients, including shops, bars, restaurants and many other private businesses.    Chris wears the Union Overalls, Fisherman Hat and Elder Grandad Top  Chris wears the Union Overalls, Fisherman Hat and Elder Grandad Top Simone wears the Womens Union Overalls, and Elder Grandad Top Chris Isherwood and Simone Pritchard are the dedicated sign writers behind Wooden Pins, a business they set up in 2014 having previously developed their skills as graphic designers and illustrators for a variety of clothing brands. A major inspiration for Chris was that one of his former bosses, Ray Muchmore, had originally worked as an professional sign writer...

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