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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

 

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In an industry that is driven by a persistent need to always live and think a season ahead, it is not often that we get chance to reflect.

Unlike the fast-fashion chains that dominate the fashion market-place today, Peregrine is a brand proudly defined by its heritage. Tom, director and head of design grew up in his family's factory in Leicester and his personal experiences in the industry hugely contribute to making Peregrine what it is today.

Our jackets are built around stories and people; they are often named after a friend, relative or colleague, the real life people who inspire us on a day to day basis. Our classic knitwear such as the Aran Jumper and the Funky Jumper utilize the rich, heavy texture of pure British Wool making them feel hand-knitted and premium.

We are always aiming to bring our customers something fresh and new that you wont find anywhere else, certainly not on your local high street! That being said, if you have been manufacturing for as long as we have, it is great to be able to revisit classic designs that really capture the essence of the brand and can be updated to reflect the current trends through playing with the cut, colour and composition of the garment.

Keep scrolling to peruse our hand-picked Peregrine classics from the last ten years that are just as important today as they were then. #BuyBritish.

AW2011 - Mens TT Jacket in Red

AW2011 - Mens TT Jacket in Red

AW2012 - Mens Zip Neck Jumper in Navy

AW2012 - Mens Zip Neck Jumper in Navy

AW2013 Collection - Ladies Hemmingway Wool Coat in Khaki

AW2013 Collection - Ladies Hemmingway Wool Coat in Khaki

AW2014 Collection - Mens Bexley Jacket in Gunmetal

AW2014 Collection - Mens Bexley Jacket in Gunmetal

AW2014 Collection - Men's Funky Jumper 

AW2014 Collection - Men's Funky Jumper 

AW 2014 Collection - Ladies Crossover Cardigan

AW 2014 Collection - Ladies Crossover Cardigan

AW15 Collection - Ladies Pembroke Jacket in Khaki and Mens Funky Jumper in Navy

AW15 Collection - Ladies Pembroke Jacket in Khaki and Mens Funky Jumper in Navy

AW15 Collection - Mens Harris Tweed Turtle Jacket

AW15 Collection - Mens Harris Tweed Turtle Jacket

Peregrine Spring Capsule - Menswear

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The second Peregrine Spring collection explores classic, British summer-time staples redefined in a palette of rich navy and warm blues. Think sporty, streamlined and something to protect you from the inevitable April Showers!

The Polo

  • 12 gge Cotton
  • Hand finished
  • Seamless. Breathable.

The newest member of the Peregrine 'shirt' family has a distinctly premium feel. The garment has been carefully designed to be completely seamless for a smarter silhouette and extra comfort. The collar is hand linked using the tubular technique which again is used to completely eradicate any trace of a seam so you could practically wear these inside-out!

We have also updated our branding adding a subtle fabric tab on the hem of the garment bearing the Peregrine Falcon shilouette logo. Clean and simple.

The Spring Bexley

  • 100% Cotton
  • Weight : 320gpsm
  • Twill Weave. Lightweight. Water Repellent

Without a doubt the Bexley has for many years been our bestseller and most-loved jacket by customers and retailers alike. The jacket is a real every-season winner as the lack of padding means there is plenty of room for layering but the shell remains completely waterproof.

This year we present the Spring Bexley. Crafted from Millerain waxed cotton in 'Carlyle'; " A classic raincoat fabric, comprising of two lightweight cotton twill layers bonded together with a durable water repellent finish." The jacket has a beautifully matte finish and the rich Navy adds depth and seasonality.

Our Spring capsule ranges are available to shop now

 

 

 

Colour Forecast: Orange

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This week we are looking ahead to crisp Spring days and what is deemed to be one of the seasons must-covet colours; Red-Orange. A colour that resonates with warmth and playfulness and is sure to re-energize a tired winter wardrobe.

After carefully picking our hue, we have combined the colour with some classic cable knit designs and refreshed simple pieces with flattering paneling and colour-block details. Orange is a very dynamic colour and even used just as an accent in an other-wise neutral outfit can still inject fun and flamboyancy.

Below are some staff picks to introduce the trend into your daily style. whether you want to fully immerse yourself or just want to dabble. Click to shop!

Jacket Required

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A few weeks ago we bundled all of our Autumn Winter 2017 samples into the car and set off for Shoreditch, home to the Old Truman Brewery and our favourite menswear trade-show; Jacket Required.

After a scenic but traffic-riddled drive across London, we quickly set up the stand and then headed out into Brick lane for a traditional pre-show curry and beer.

The following morning with slightly sore heads but high spirits, we all met at the show ready to meet with old faces and new ones. Thanks to those of you who made it to Jacket and stopped by to say hello, (Tony from Merchant Menswear, Jordan from No. 50, Jason from Regent Tailoring just to name a few) it was a great opportunity for our newer team members to put faces to the names and we are extremely pleased that the new collection was met with such warmth and excitement.

Shows always involve a lot of hard work and sometimes harder to meet deadlines but it was great to have (almost) all of the team together in one place to show off the new gear,

See you next year Jacket

Exploring the Highlands in Peregrine..

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Just over two months ago, Keith contacted us through Instagram to introduce himself as a photographer, explorer and British clothing enthusiast. He placed a few orders with us and, upon receiving them, would send us stunning photos of him and his wife Jen exploring the most incredible landscapes wearing our Peregrine knits and jackets.

We love building relationships with our customers and seeing how and where the clothes you buy are worn. It would always brighten a Monday morning to see Keith's photos that day roaming a desolate beach in his Simpson Jumper or sheltering from huge waterfalls in his All Terrain Jacket so we decided to ask him a few questions.

What do you love most about the Scottish highlands?

I was born in the Highlands but have lived and traveled overseas, the Highlands keep pulling me “home”.

The ever changing light, the ancient history, the highland people, the amazing seasonal colours, the varied and vast terrain. Mostof all I love the freedom! Scotland has fantastic “right to roam” laws which lets us utilize our landscape without restriction……as long as we respect our landscape and landowners requests!

How did you get into photography?

As a child (before digital photography) I used to always play around with an old film camera…you’d shoot a roll of film, wait a week to get them developed and find out most of them were rubbish! Then digital cameras came out and I went traveling and spent a lot of time doing underwater photography which really ignited my passion. Now with Instagram the quality of photography and photographers is amazing and truly inspiring which again has spurned me to capture more great images.

What are you most looking forward to this year?

Spending more time exploring the Highlands with my Family and capturing the moments!

How did you hear of Peregrine?

I spotted the brand on Instagram and thought.. that’s cool…then checked out google to find nothing but British goodness and cool quality Product!

What makes buying British Clothing so special?

Having spent lots of money on expensive clothing only to find out that they are made in the far east and fall to bits pretty quickly and made with low quality fabric, I decided that I wanted Quality Clothing made locally and supporting a UK workforce.

The quality of the clothing and fabric is AMAZING…as soon as you take it out of the packaging you can feel and see the quality. It’s just a pleasure to wear and looks fantastic.

It’s even more satisfying that its keeping money and jobs in the UK and supporting a family business that’s generations old and steeped with history! Even the Millerain Cotton Material for the Jacket comes from the UK and again the company is generations old. With Brexit and wild currency fluctuation, buying British is the way to go both for quality and proper value! Just do it.

A big thankyou to Keith and family for representing the brand so well - have a little scroll to see the pictures!

Keith wears the All Terrain Jacket in Navy (above) and the Simpson Jumper in Navy (below)

Jen wears the Funnel Neck Jumper in Orange