Last year we were amazed by Timothy Everest’s first collaboration with Superdry. Now well-trained suit maker from Savile Row is back for another collaboration with street wear label. This time he’s feeling the need for tweed, with an expanded range of his slim-cut, jeans-ready Town Jackets. Available in a range of seven weaves and colours. Check out all the clothes here or below.
‘We got together about a year ago talking about the possibility of doing a tailoring collection. I suggested something a bit punk/rock Saville Row style, James and Julian liked and evolved this idea and that’s how we got to today,’- said Timothy. ‘Our two brands have got shared values, always trying to push the boundaries of design while still remaining commercial. We took traditional Superdry outerwear details and introduced them to tailoring, presenting a unique offering: impeccable cut, quality and pricing,’- said Superdry founder, James Holder.
Everest’s dedication to his craft was recognised by Her Majesty the Queen in 2010, when he was awarded the MBE for services to tailoring. His apprenticeship with Tommy Nutter (the legendary iconoclastic tailor to the Beatles and Rolling Stones in the 60s and 70s) left him equivocal about the stuffiness of Savile Row, but passionate about its peerless standards of craftsmanship. “Our customers are very appreciative of the fact that we take the time to establish a relationship with them, and create something that’s for them and them alone,” he says. “They’re people who’ve gone beyond the dictates of high fashion and want a modern, invigorated, and not-too-reverent take on contemporary tailoring. And they push our boundaries as often as we push theirs.”