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FA S H I O N ▲
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THESE HOTSPOTS ARE KEEPING BRITAIN ON TOP OF THE STYLE STAKES
ondon has long been lauded for its
global style credentials, but there's
a thriving fashion scene outside the
capital, too. From tiny Scottish
towns to student-packed cities,
independent labels, heritage factories and
online retailers across the UK are setting
trends and creating classic styles that have
been loved for generations.
HAWICK Scottish cashmere
arrie nitwear has been quietly creating
superior cottish cashmere for luxury
labels around the world since 1903.
arrie garments go through an intricate
manufacturing process that has up to
including hand-stitching and bathing the ﬁnished
cashmere in cottish river water.
arrie has created the iconic two-tone cardigan
for Parisian fashion house Chanel more than 30
years and when the Scottish manufacturer went in
to administration in 2 2, hanel gave its long-term
partner a lifeline by acquiring arrie and saving
obs and artisan cashmere skills in the process.
South Shields is
ﬁshing and shipping
than fashion, but this coastal
Tyneside town is home to a
luxury brand adored by royals,
musicians and style icons alike.
arbour has been creating
outdoor collections from
its north east headquarters
for more than 120 years. Its
signature waxed acket has
become a heritage item,
landing on the style map in the
80s, thanks to Lady Diana, and
sported by a host of celebrities.
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one in the ﬁlm Skyfall.
ive generations of the
arbour family have run the
company, and the wax ackets
are still made by hand.
CASTLEFORD the Burberry trench
Few items of clothing are as quintessentially
British as the Burberry trench coat. The iconic
design has been worn by many famous faces
throughout its 105-year history, from actor Clark
Gable to celebrity youngster Romeo Beckham.
Today, Burberry manufactures up to 5,000 trenches a week
at its factory in Castleford, Yorkshire. The luxury brand has
strict design rules - a long shape hitting the ankles or calves,
embellished ith epaulettes, storm aps and metal rings,
and five buttons on each side of the lapels.
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