Ede & Ravenscroft AW14 Campaign
One of the oldest tailors in Britian Ede & Ravenscroft recently unveiling their Autumn Winter 2014 Campaign showcasing the modern English look.
Ede & Ravenscroft who first set up shop in 1689 are considered to be the oldest tailoring label in Great Britian and are the official tailors to her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II and her family, providing them with a complete set of robes as required. The London based tailoring label has recently released its Autumn Winter 2014 Campaign for men, inspired by the well heeled English gentleman living in the city. The latest collection of outfits for men was modeled in the countryside for a rustic background, for a shoot styled by the stylist David St John James.
Making full use of the rich history of Ede & Ravenscroft, the designers affiliated with this label checked out the various fabrics, designs and sihouettes used by the brand over a period of time, updating the designs to incorporate the latest requirements of men today considering the accessories are using, but still retaining the genuine English look. For matching the grey stone used for London’s buildings, materials with a grey stone color fabric are used, with Prince of Wales check patterns and Harris Tweed used to lend the collection a distinctly English touch.
The former head of design at Burberry’s Michael McGrath supervision the design of the autumn winter collection 2014 which includes separate clothes, shirts, suits, and accessories. Offline Ede & Ravenscroft have three stores in London to cater to their customers, as well stores in Cambridge, Oxford and Edinburgh in Scotland. Their autumn winter 2014 collection will be available from October at their stores in Britain as well as online, with ties prices starting from GBP 95, shirts costing GBP 125 but some high end and expensive outerwear costing as much as GBP 1750.