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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


Peregrine x BFW

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As part of our marketing strategy when it comes to presenting the newest Peregrine collections, we love to get other British manufacturers on board to celebrate their craftsmanship and really tell a story of heritage and integrity from head to toe. Collaboration and creativity are some of the best way to strengthen the slow but certain resurgence of the British manufacturing industry and to really celebrate it’s potential. We teamed up with the talent behind Banton Frameworks to bring you two interchangeable looks styling our AW18 collection with their beautiful acetate specs.

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We styled one of our newest and sleekest Ladies jackets, the Carlyle Mac with our Mens Benson Sweatshirt and the BFW Profile Sunglasses in Tortoise-shell

Banton Frameworks is the post-grad brain child of co-founders Jamie and Lucy who decided to go against the grain and set up workshop in an era of digital, outsourcing and mass-production.

In the past there were many but now, truly British eye wear brands are few and far between. Most brands will engage you with phrases like ‘bespoke’ and ‘handmade’ and maybe ‘British design’ but a scarce few can really say they were made here in Britain (also by hand we must add) the way Banton Frameworks can. A sentiment that also resonates with us here at Peregrine.


BFW’s designs are versatile with a focus on structure and silhouette and are not categorized by things like price point or style but simply fall into either ‘Optical’ or ‘Sun’. We opted for the Profile Sunglasses which, upon arrival were weighty (but not too much so) and had a stunning matte finish like brushed satin as well as robust stainless steel arms. The frames are crafted from italian acetate and they arrive in a dramatic looking rubberized hard-case sealed with an industrial looking giant black elastic band - further evidence that no details are spared giving the product a real experiential element.


We styled our Mens Quilted bomber and Funky Jumper in Charcoal with the BW Profile Sunglasses in Grey Ghost

To shop the shades featured in our shoot click the links above!

The Over-sized Cagoule

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Go over-sized this winter with our half-zip Cagoule. An on trend, androgynous design with a voluminous silhouette, cosy lined hood and press-stud cuffed sleeves.

The jacket is crafted from Templemoyle Flora Carbon cotton which consists of a layer of waterproof wax sandwiched between two layers of woven cotton giving the jacket a dry, canvassy feel. The hood is lined with brushed cotton and the pockets, situated perfectly on the hip are roomy and stylish. Perfect for cycling in the autumn!

Check out some visuals below from when we wore the jacket out to one of Bristol’s newly developed harbour-side jaunts, CARGO at Wapping Warf. A series of new and exciting restaurants, bars and small businesses all neatly packaged in bright shipping containers creating a microcosmic new spot to eat and drink in our home city.

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Fieldview, Wiltshire

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What a whirlwind the last weekend has been, joyfully spent at none other than the sustainable, non-profit festival on our door-step; Fieldview in Wiltshire. We bathed in the sounds of an eclectic and carefully selected array of artists, whilst covering ourselves in ample smatterings of glitter and gorging on the exciting flavors of festival street-food ( favorite option being the giant spring rolls the size of my forearm) 


Established and run by a team of creatives and volunteers, the festival has a peaceful, rural feel as it strives to emulate local surroundings, pulling neighboring businesses into the same space as an adventurous mix of international musicians and performers. The resulting impression is that you are part of an intimate, community celebration but that there is every chance that you are witnessing artists on the verge of stardom. An exhilarating combination to say the least. Our favorite act was the lyrically witty singer / story-teller 'Gecko' (you can find him on Spotify) who's satirical dittys and dry comedic interludes had us laughing till we had stomach ache.

The short distance between our tent, the main stage, the village stage, the workshops, the festival-gear shops, the food, the bars - means you don't ever walk for more than a couple of minutes and we were definitely reminded that this is why small festivals win every time. That, and the fact that by Sunday you have already bumped into all the same faces all weekend and you can wake up feeling like a big hungover family all dreading work the following morning (sorry Tom!).


Would we go back? 110%, at the refreshingly cheap price of £75 for a Fri-Sun ticket (of which all profits go to charity*) it is a no-brainer, plus the food and drink isn't very dear either. Would we test-run setting up our tent next year and bring a two-man not the one-man... also a resounding yes.

Unfortunately 2019 Fieldview is a no-go as the tireless team behind the event need a break and costs as well as paperwork volume is only increasing making the end donations smaller as a result. If you do spot the festival back in full swing in the years to come then get a ticket as early as you can, know that the profits from your purchase are going to be put to some really good causes and then start planning your festi costumes!

Fingers crossed for the future of FV Festival from everyone at Peregrine as we would love to come back and make some more amazing memories with you.

For more information on Fieldview click below


*What do they do with the profits?
Fieldview have raised money for: Water Aid, Cool Earth, a new hydrotherapy pool in Chippenham, Jamie’s Farm, the Local Church, Youth Cancer Trust (to name a few) at a total of £28,343.00. (January 2017)



The Silver Lining..

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Many of us let out a sigh of relief over the weekend as the national heat-wave let up for a few brooding days of rain and temperatures dropped closer to the 10's than the 30's. A reminder that our Summer, lightweight jackets are still required (albeit they made need some dusting off from the dark depths in which they have been stowed).

Furthermore, on this drizzling Monday afternoon, it does give us an excuse to draw your attention to our Spring menswear capsule and more specifically the printed jersey linings we have designed to give you something a little lighter, simpler and cleaner this summer. 

Following the same narrative as our printed tees, the jackets use 185 gram premium cotton, screen-printed here in the U.K with designs reminiscent of the traditional cabling patterns we have built our foundations on as a knitwear manufacturer. A minimal, reductionist graphic that translates into a bold piece of artwork, playfully tucked away on the inside of your jacket.

The decorative linings, combined with detailing like our colour-pop zips and our heritage labels that tell a synopsis of the brands turbulent and humble beginnings, create jackets that become talking points from the inside out. Choose between the Bexley, Baxter and Walton - now available with 30% off in our Summer sale. 

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Bali Photo Diary

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A crisp and colourful series of images captured by the incredibly talented Megan Gisborne during a two week stint in Bali with her partner Lloyd. The images feature a selection of jersey garments from the Peregrine Spring / Summer 2018 collection including 185 gram cotton tees and super-fine merino knits. As always, all of them 100% made in England.

What better way to show-case Peregrine's first jersey-wear collection than in a vibrant and intimate holiday photo diary - Enjoy and don't forget to check out Megan's work by clicking the link above!