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Working From Home

One of the new lines for our SS20 ‘Changing Landscapes’ collection is the Great British Washed Linen Work Jacket.

Proudly made in England, using a 238g, 100% linen from famed North Irish mill Baird McNutt. This is heavily tumbled after weaving, adding a soft, broken-in handle.

The Colour Of Spring: Wes Robinson on Timothy Everest’s Changing Landscapes

The Colour Of Spring

Wes Robinson is a freelance illustrator, graphic designer and colour theorist. His talents in both pattern design and art direction much in demand from menswear and lifestyle brands.
We asked him to lend us some of his expertise giving us an interpretation of our SS20 collection “Changing Landscapes” in his own inimitable style.

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The Linen Ticket

Alongside our new Fresco range of lightweight suiting for the SS20 ‘Changing Landscapes’ collection, we are pleased to unveil a new addition in the form of our Compact Linen suiting range.

The Rake

We are proud to have our Sepia Compact Linen Double Breasted Blazer and pleated trousers featured in the latest edition of The Rake magazine, Issue 69.

Navy Blue Cotton Linen Belted Coat

Cool Nights & Breezy Days: Our new Belted Coat

While a summer coat might seem like an oxymoron to some, here at Timothy Everest we have always considered it an essential piece of kit. No matter where you are in the world, at whatever time of year, the wind still blows and the temperature gauge drops.

Wrighty’s selects

We are incredibly honoured to have ex-England International, Arsenal & Crystal Palace legend, and Timothy Everest customer Mr Ian Wright MBE give us the low down on his picks for his spring 2020 wardrobe.

Milad Abedi talks to Timothy Everest

Milad Abedi’s | Spring Selects

Stockholm based photographer Milad Abedi has been building a solid reputation as a menswear and lifestyle photographer for all the best brands and publications, and here at Timothy Everest, we have long been been admirers of his bold and colourful approach.

Match Point: The new Jersey Cuban Polo

It has been almost a century since Rene Lacoste walked on court for the French Open and revolutionised the way that the modern sportsman dresses for the game. That day the short sleeved cotton polo shirt became the benchmark for leisure and sporting pursuits.

Timothy Everest.SS20. Grey Cotton Linen Blend Cargo Pants

In The Pocket: The New Cargo Trouser

As these testing times continue, our aim to undertake a distracting exploration of Spring Summer 2020 styles takes us to the world of militaria.