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Timelessly cool, forever desired and impossible to beat; heritage style is the basis of fashion- the looks that will never fade, the pieces that have been forged by the famous to become unmistakable giants of the wardrobe.

Made by some of the most iconic brands in history, heritage style isn’t created over night. Forged over years, often decades of wear by some of the most iconic faces, heritage style is revered, appreciated and most importantly cherished. Standing the test of time in fashion is a big ask- so respect some of the most vital designs of all time and add them to your wardrobe with a few well selected heritage looks:

Baracuta G9 Original Harrington Jacket

Ever since Baracuta did the world the historic duty of providing it with the very first Harrington jacket, many have tried to emulate it- and quite frankly, failed. Nothing can beat the original G9 Harrington Jacket by Baracuta, so why go anywhere else for a style that was mastered in its first release? Worn by some of history’s most infamous fashion lovers, the Baracuta G9 was donned by Elvis, Steve McQueen and even the great Frank Sinatra, sealing the jacket’s place in fashion history as the pinnacle of timeless outerwear.

Fred Perry Twin Tipped Light Smoke polo

The polo shirt was, and still is, a wardrobe staple. Taken on by pretty much every fashion movement in history, from the sharply dressed mod’s, to the label obsessed casuals, and even the crisp and sophisticated follows of preppy fashion, the polo shirt has crossed genres, genders and brands, becoming one of the most iconic garments ever made.

Fred Perry is a testament to British fashion. Named after one of our greatest ever tennis players, the Fred Perry laurel wreath stands for flair, style, and unshakably true fashion. It’s no surprise then, that Fred Perry became the label of choice for the likes of the mod’s, which used the brands sharp cuts and simple designs to forge them an identity. The Fred Perry Twin Tip Polo was part of their uniform. Sleekly branded, with eye catching trim on the collar, it was effortlessly cool top that was simple to wear.

Pretty Green Felton Hooded Jacket

Made famous by its illustriously extrovert founder, it’s hard to believe that Pretty Green hasn’t actually been around that long. Going from strength to strength with the passionate Liam Gallagher at the helm, Pretty Green is a homage to all that was great about rock and roll, showing love for a care free era that spawned creativity and mass hysteria for the likes of the Beatles, The Stone Roses and Oasis. The input from Gallagher is palpable, with the likes of this Pretty Green Felton Hooded jacket showing the rockers penchant for wearing outerwear on some of the biggest stages on earth, and letting the Pretty Green spirit live on through your own wardrobe.

Ben Sherman MA00751 Gingham Shirt

Another classic that was cherished by the mod’s of the 60’s, Ben Sherman shirts were ever present in the wardrobe of some of the sharpest dressed men in the country. The perfect piece to wear with jeans and desert boots, the principles of Ben Sherman shirting haven’t changed. Still offering a fantastic cut and quality, the Ben Sherman name is a cherished icon of British fashion culture. This gingham edition is the perfect representation of just that, featuring a check pattern that was loved by the mod’s, who would often wear a gingham check shirt under a parka jacket.

Farah Vintage Hewie Ecru Pattern Polo

After taking off in true style in the 1980’s after a slow build up following its arrival from the US, Farah became a staple brand for everyone from mod’s, to skins and rockers. The slim fit on their polo shirts and elegant patterns such as this, teamed with the iconic golden ‘F’ on the chest, makes a Farah polo shirt one of the most iconic pieces you can own.

 

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