British Brand Continues Merino Wool Use
Country clothing brand Peregrine has unveiled its AW14 collection, showcasing a selection of made in England merino wool.
Alongside fine knit pieces, which feature contrast elbow patches, is a tailored military blazer made from wax cotton for outdoor use.
Harris Tweed also plays a part and is used throughout the range on garments from jumpers to waistcoats.
The British heritage brand debuted its first merino wool jumper range in August of this year alongside a campaign shot by street style photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce.
Peregrine is the brand name of J.G Glover, a manufacturer from Leicester, known for crafting knitwear and using British fabrics.
An eighth-generation family-owned business, it has been operating for more than 240 years and continues to produce its collection in the UK.
The company’s latest campaign stars British model and DJ Jack Guinness as well as Emma Grattidge, whom bosses say “showcase the Peregrine brand perfectly”.
The AW14 collection is available online now with prices for knitwear starting from £89 and jackets from £169.