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A blog for all our projects, inspiration and social happenings connected with Peregrine Clothing. Heritage knitwear and jackets made in the UK


Lost in Pablos {Peregrine debuts in Belgium}

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A good shop is one you can step into and immediately loose yourself in a miscro-cosm of expertly-designed products, soft lighting and exquisite visual merchandising. An all-encompassing place that presents the consumer with a concept or lifestyle ready for them to explore.

That is why we are very proud to say that Peregrine Clothing is now stocked front and center in 'Lost in Pablos'; A newly-opened haven of refined, smart-casual attire for the modern man.


The lifestyle store sits on a beautiful street corner in Gent, Belgium -  like an emerald among the cobbles. Inside is a careful selection of understated but well-crafted products from brands sourced all over the globe.


We asked owner Lisa a few questions about the store:

Where does the name 'Lost in Pablos' come from?

I picked the name out of a dream I had a few years ago.

It was a dream about my own store in the sixties, and on the window was written "Lost in Pablo & los camicas"

The name is as absurd as the story, but this is how it went. And the name stuck on me, I kept using it and it fit's in my concept: jungle-ish and not to serious. 

Besides, my fathers name is Paul, which is the same as Pablo in Spanish. So I also call it a homage to my father.

What made you want to open a Men's concept store?

After studying fashion design and CAD CAM for fashion/textile education, I have gained over 13 years’ experience in menswear retail, selling men’s suits and casual men’s clothes. 

Whilst working in retail, I was an assistant buyer at a multi-brand menswear shop and became an experienced made to measure tailor.

It became a passion to dress men to their best, and I felt ready to use the considerable experience I’ve gained at my very own store ‘Lost in Pablos’. The shop is a blend of personal passions, an artistic place full greenery where you can find sustainable pieces with an eye for aesthetics. Mainly clothes of course, but also furniture, collages and paintings.

What is your favorite piece from Peregrine AW17?

I am a big fan of the Funky jumper. That was also the piece that attract my attention at the Peregrine stand at the show in Berlin.

And I am glad it did, it was the first piece that was immediately sold out in my shop!

Not only the quality of the wool, but the color contrasts and not to miss; the Harris tweed on the shoulder pads = love it!

Describe the 'Lost in Pablos' man in 3 words?


All ages, quality-service minded, effortless cool


The store has been open for a mere few weeks but is already attracting alot of attention and why wouldn't it? We know we could while away a Saturday afternoon rifling through rails of clothing under the tropical leaves if we were local.

A big congratulations to Lisa and the team on their opening night and we look forward to working with you for many more seasons to come!



Wild Leaf: Bringing the Great Outdoors inside

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A tiny jungle on our doorstep...

Welcome to Wild Leaf at 63 Overton road; A specialist store / showroom for indoor plants and interior landscaping. Its like stepping into a Henri Rousseau painting with an overwhelming about of textures and colours and a range of both tropical and Arad plants - some of which have been on the planet even longer than I have.

A background in sustainability and a future in Interior landscaping..

The store is the project of Tya, a graduate in Environmental Sustainability and daughter of two gardeners. Tya told us how she had transitioned from working in corporate sustainability and developed her own concept store which combined her passion for interior design with her love, knowledge and experience of plants.

Expect big growth..

Wild leaf has only been open for 3 weeks but is attracting alot of custom and Tya has plans to expand the store into a platform to showcase her interior landscaping and design talents. The shop will double as Tya's informal office where she can share her vast knowledge in botanical taxonomy and meet with clients to develop their personal or business spaces into living works of art.

Tropical broad-leaf plants such as this one.

Tropical broad-leaf plants such as this one.

How can you choose a favorite... 

When plants are coming and going through the door at 63 every day you probably cant get too attached but Tya did let us in on her favourites. She loves the broad-leaf tropical plants like the Xanthosoma which are having a serious revival at the moment. These elephant-ear plants were a big hit in the seventies and eighties but Tya described how she prefers the contemporary styling of them which sees them situated in cool, dark painted rooms against wicker or ceramic that is textured enough to be a feature but not so much that it overpowers the delicate textures of the plants. These plants don't like temperatures below 10 degrees but love humidity so are great to have in a light filled bathroom. 

It's a hit...

Wild Leaf already has a best-seller which is called the Oxalis Triangularis (named after its rounded triangular lleaves). This one has proven popular for its low price point (£12) and the fact that it grows fast and the rich plum-hued leaves add a burst of colour to any interior. Many of the plants in Wild Leaf are importated from contacts or 'growers' in Amsterdam, and Tya told us that you can expect new and exciting plants every time you visit Wild Leaf as she is keen to bring many new and exciting species to the attention of her customers.



Location is everything..

We were curious to ask which plants from her Arid - tropical spectrum suited which rooms. Cactuses and desert plants suit and thrive in any room with alot of light, it doesn't have to be hot but it shouldn't be a bathroom because the humidity will cause them to rot over time. 

Tropical plants like the beautiful Asplenium Scolopendrium, for example, need warmth and humidity so would do well in a kitchen or bathroom. 

Back in 20...

Thanks Tya for letting us roam and chat with you today - it is always great to meet with neighboring businesses, especially ones with such an hands-on and knowledgeable approach to their craft. We know where we will be spending our lunch breaks for the foreseeable future!

The Rebutia Cactus, native to Argentina. This one is 15 years old!

The Rebutia Cactus, native to Argentina. This one is 15 years old!

Marine: adapted for or related to the sea

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1. Adapted for or related to the sea

Introducing a new hue to the palette for Peregrine AW17. Marine Blue - a colour as warm as it is deep that resonates with thoughts of crisp blue winter skies or morning walks along a stormy sea shore. A rich, bright blue that is offset against a dark navy across a selection of new knits.

Casual Weekend Attire {The Lingmoor}

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Adam wears the Park Crew in Humbug (Shop Here) and the Lingmoor Jacket in Navy (Shop Here

Here are a few images shot out and about in the heart of beautiful Bristol in a rare bit of sunshine over the weekend. We chose to layer a classic crew over a t-shirt and tapered black jeans for a thrown-together cosy Bank-Holiday weekend look. Adam wears the Park Crew in Humbug; A cross-seasonal classic crafted from soft Merino Wool in a stormy grey marl with ribbed cuffs and hem.

The Look is pulled together by the sharp tailoring of the Lingmoor. A sleek hooded mac crafted from Millerain waxed cotton and lined with the quintessential Peregrine pencil stripes. Finished with a pop of clean white from Adam's Huf 5 panel to make for casual weekend attire perfect for whatever plans you have in-store for the Aug bank holiday ahead! 

Explore in Peregrine

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The name John Millington means a few things to us; Lifestyle photographer, a modern day explorer and a man who likes to live minimally but maximizes what the world has to offer. We had a chat with him about his style and his travels and sent him a few garms to keep him warm on his adventures!

Describe the draw of the Highlands?

 - The Highlands for me are a magical place. As much as I love cities and the energy cities bring - I feel more creative and at home in the Highlands. Stripping things down to a minimum is something I deeply focus on and living here allows me to keep things very minimal, the day-to-day here is very relaxed and it is so easy to pull inspiration from your surroundings. The endless exploration of the Highlands is also a massive draw for me, there is always a new quaint little coffee shop or shoot location to be discovered! 

In your opinion, what makes a great photo great?

- A great photo for me is one that moves and evokes emotion from the viewer, albeit a negative or positive emotion, it is important for me to move someone or inspire someone. Other values I look for are subject matter, tones and composition - All these things for me create a great photo.

You have travelled all over and we love following your journey! What has been your favourite place to visit?

- My favourite places I have ever travelled to are New York City, Corsica, Rome and the Highlands. Each place had its own charm that is easy to fall in love with. Not sure I could choose just one! 

Describe your style to us in three words?

- Practical, Minimal, Versatile.

What does 'Made in England' mean to you?

- The words "Made in England" come with a massive prestige and heritage. Working with a brand like Peregrine, whose heritage dates back to the 1700's, with that comes a very deep and strong understanding of English tradition in regards to overall brand image and approach to creating garments. Whenever you see "Made in England" you know that the garment from the design process, to the shop floor has been thoroughly planned, incredibly made and ready to wear for years to come. Supporting independent British companies is also a great thing!

Whats on your agenda to explore in the near future?

- On my own agenda for the future is to see more of my homeland Scotland! I plan on visiting a lot of the isles and tourist destinations up north, to tick off the Scottish places I want to explore on my bucket list! I also plan on going to Copenhagen once my good friends Anthony and Caroline have settled in with their newborn son! 

John wears the Park Beanie in Cobble and the Cobble Cardigan in Bark