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Hackett: Clothes That Wear In, Not Out




Classic clothing has long been underrated, the fabric, tailoring and shape of vintage clothing is far more

flattering, interesting and classy than the clothing we find on most high streets today.


Clothing of the past had a lot more thought put into it, whether it is grandma’s first Chanel suit or mums

embroidered hippie top, the clothing is a work of art, rather than a means to an end.


Luckily, luxury clothing brand, Hackett believes the same thing, creating classic British clothing and

accessories which cater to the head to toe needs of men of all ages who wish to dress stylishly and to

whom quality is more important than the every changing carousal of mainstream fashion.


When Hackett founders, Jeremy Hackett and Ashley Lloyd-Jennings meet, they were both searching

in Portobello Road for good second-hand traditional British men’s clothing. A partnership soon

followed with the two men setting up a stall for themselves in Portobello, selling second hand clothing

they had collected, cleaned and repaired.


What soon developed is the Hackett you see today, a company whose aims to dress men for any occasion

in essential British kit.  Their ‘Little Britons’ range caters for the younger “man’s” needs, the little gentleman,

supplying quintessential style to sophisticated kids.


Quality certainly prevails in the current children’s collection, with classic cut shirts, jackets and trousers in

fine fabrics, hallmarked with unique details.


There are outfit choices suited to all occasions this season, from smart events to outdoor sports, including

the exclusive Aston Martin collaborative range, fashioned for budding racers, all found, online, at


Hackett: Dark Denim Jeans, £45.003844-0



Hackett: Navy Tailored Jacket, £130.00




Hackett: Regimental Stripe Tie, £20.00




Hackett: Aston Martin Bomber Jacket: New Season Hacket, £90.00




Hackett: Fuchsia Pink Elephant logo polo, £40.00



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