Heritage Brand Focuses On Tweed For New Season
British menswear brand Holland Esquire has given FashionBeans an exclusive first look at its AW14 range of outerwear.
The collection, which includes coats and blazers inspired by the British countryside, makes use of bold patterns in hard-wearing tweed fabrics including guncheck and windowpane.
Other details such as hacking pockets, pick stitching around pockets and velvet collars also feature in addition to the firm’s signature colourful lining and buttons.
Holland Esquire is known for producing its ranges in limited numbers. The SS14 line, also revealed through FashionBeans, contained a navy twill Gamekeeper jacket, of which only 250 were made. It has not been confirmed how many of each piece in the new season have been produced.
The business was founded in 2001 by life long tailor Nick Holland. Since then the Hucknall-based designer has feature in the Britain’s Ten Best Tailors Room at Harrods and was a founding director of Liam Gallagher’s Pretty Green Label.
The full AW14 collection will be available to buy online and from stockists including Stuarts London, Van Mildert and Autograph Menswear from the end of September. Prices start from £395 for blazers and £390 for outerwear.