Winter Whites: New Timothy Everest x Full Count jeans

For a brand usually recognised for our tailored clothing, Timothy Everest also has a respected pedigree in the world of denim.

Having offered our exclusive Made In Japan bespoke denim service for many years, we launched our exclusive “0105” cut jeans designed with Okayama based indigo legends Full Count to become a go-to staple.

Armed with History

Armed With History: Timothy Everest’s Raglan Mac

Like so many sartorial innovations, we owe the practicalities of the Raglan sleeve to our military history.

It was at the Battle Of Waterloo in 1815 where Lord FitzRoy Somerset, 1st Baron Raglan suffered such damage to his right arm that medics were forced to amputate.

Timothy Everest Paprika Merino Wool Polo

Polo: The Shirt of Kings

Polo: the Shirt of Kings
The long-sleeved Polo shirt is one of the more versatile weapons in a gentleman’s armoury. It can perform as a shirt mixing with tailoring for a handsome casual look. Equally it can serve as a sweater layered over tees or a collared shirt for leisure-time.

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Paraboot at Timothy Everest

We are very pleased to showcase our footwear range for Autumn Winter 2019 from our partners at Paraboot. 

The shoe company formed in the French Alps in 1907, the moniker coming later; a portmanteau of “Para”, The Brazilian port that shipped the gum rubber for the soles to the factory, and “Boot” a new-fangled word the Americans used for sturdy rubber footwear. 

Cuban Shirts: Not Just For Summer

Planning our collection for autumn / winter 2019, the design team here at Timothy Everest thought long and hard about a more informal and all-inclusive shirt that could sit centre-stage in the selection. We realised the answer was right under our noses.

Our Cuban Shirt, based on the loose fitting open collar Guayabera from South America has become a summer staple for us, but with a little twist and thinking, it has been transformed into the ideal centrepiece for our Perfect Imperfection drop.

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Autumn / Winter 19 Lookbook | Perfect Imperfection

For our Autumn Winter 19 collection, we took inspiration from the world of pottery and ceramics and in particular the work by the British studio potters Lucie Rie and Hans Coper.

Both potters were known for their modernist approach, bringing bright colours, natural textures and abstract form into their work; an experimental practise considered very ahead of their time.

Just The Flax, Jack: Our Linen Washed Programme Tailoring

There’s nothing more quintessentially English in the summertime than a linen suit. Whilst there is certainly warmer weather attire that could be considered more formal, linen in all its slubby, rumpled goodness just gives the wearer such a comfortable ease, its hard to imagine summer weddings and sports events without it.