Core products such as the Ventile® Travel Blazer and Travel Trousers were joined by new styles, including The Rambler, a jacket based on traditional shooting attire crafted from 100% waterproof Ventile®.
Private White V.C. icons including the likes of the SB4 Unlined Ventile® Mac, Ventile® Despatch Motor Trench and Ventile® Harrington have all been continued in an earthy colour palette of sand, mud and olive mixed with crisp marine blues and navy. These collection staples will be supplemented by expanded shirting and trouser ranges.
Slim fit chinos will be joined by both wide leg and high-waisted trousers, while new loose fit shirts, a key travel companion, will feature alongside the popular Plain Collar and Grandad shirts.
Exciting new offerings include a capsule range of Ventile® accessories such as bags and hats, as well as a cashmere sweater collection and expanded jersey wear range. Now all you need is your plane ticket and your factor 50. Away you go nomad.
Speaking of this newest collection Nick Ashley said:
“I’m a people watcher, my job is to watch how people evolve and how clothes need to develop to keep up with the changes. I am obsessed with the art of removing all stuffiness out of British clothing. In summer especially, Brits really struggle with the concept of wearing lighter clothing for the warmer weather. Italians and other better acclimatised nations have nailed it forever, so I thought it was about time that we took a lead from our more fortunate friends and make ourselves a lot more comfortable.”