Lavenham Autumn/Winter 2010 Collection

April 18, 2010 |

Since 1969, Lavenham have been producing some of the most superior quality country clothing in Britain. Proudly sporting the title as the producers of the very first nylon quilted jackets, the last forty years has seen them forge a reputation among connoisseurs of rural respectability and fashion forward fans alike as producers of top notch quality and durability.

In Japan, where since 1993 Lavenham have been the dominant force among an array of highly sort-after British brands, they have long since been the quilted jacket brand.

The Autumn-Winter collection sees an expansion in use of cut and shape, as well as select fabrics. Their traditional Denham Flax comes in a British Millerain waxed cotton, as well as a Black Watch-Tartan, while the three-quarter length Denston Mini Gun Club check is a stand out piece among the wool options on offer.

Making a departure from Spring Summers use of contrasting and vibrant colors, this collections palette is firmly rooted in the traditional comfort of Autumnal New England Navy Harvards, forest green corduroy collars and charcoal wool gilets.

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