Craft and luxury fashion with Eric Musgrave and panel including Kestin Hare and Kathryn Sargent
Luxury casualwear is the fastest growing genre in fashion. Join Eric Musgrave, fashion journalist, alongside the creative minds behind brands including Harris Tweed Hebrides and Kestin Hare, Tailor, Kathryn Sargent and Lindsay McKean from Cats Brothers luxury casual wear in a debate on the importance of well-crafted clothes and the rise of urban luxury.
Harris Tweed Hebrides are the leading producer of Harris Tweed though their mill at Shawbost in Lewis. Governed by the 1993 Harris Tweed Act of Parliament, which safeguards their fabric, recognised by the distinctive Orb stamp, the artisan manufacturing process is protected and cannot be undertaken anywhere beyond the Outer Hebrides.
Cats Brothers is an award winning ready-to-wear luxury knitwear/street-wear label with a crafted approach to design, making clothes that are fashion forward and always with a sense of humour - the garments are as fun to wear as they are to make. Textural embellishment, unique hand-craft finishes, original art and slogan prints are used to render easy-to-wear street-style garments as luxury investment pieces to be worn and treasured by young men and women alike.
Kestin Hare, is a contemporary menswear label made in the UK with high quality manufacturing and craftsmanship. The brand embodies Hare’s 15-year experience of UK quality manufacturing and craftsmanship, retaining a clean, contemporary aesthetic for which he has become known, combined with unique fabric sourcing.
Founded by Kathryn Sargent in 2012, we call No. 6 Brook Street in London’s prestigious Mayfair home. Discovered as a rising star during her fifteen-year career at Gieves & Hawkes of No.1 Savile Row, Kathryn rose to the position of Head Cutter, the first woman to do so in the entire history of Savile Row. Today she travels the world creating expertly-crafted pieces for ladies and gentlemen with only the most discerning of tastes.