Two giants of the British clothing world, cult-fashion designer Nigel Cabourn and sailing apparel stalwarts Henri Lloyd have joined forces to create a selection of impressive outerwear. Complete with utilitarian details taken straight out of Cabourn's impressive archive and vintage collection and drawing on the history of the Henri Lloyd band. The perfect collaboration for those looking for a twist on utilitarian clothing.
Two giants of the British clothing world, cult-fashion designer Nigel Cabourn and sailing apparel stalwarts Henri Lloyd have joined forces to create a selection of impressive outerwear. With undeniable sailing inspiration throughout, these jackets combine Henri Llyods heritage and Nigel Cabourn’s utilitarian flare. The Spray jacket boasts a waterproof rain jacket style, including a hood and two large velcro pockets. The standout feature is a detachable single compartment bag on the back featuring a large ‘HL’ logo. The Cabin jacket has a no collar design, harking back to classic workwear styles but is crafted from the same waterproof material as the Spray jacket. The arm features a transparent flap pocket with the classic Henri Lloyd logo. The unique button-up design adds a distinct utilitarian touch. This isn't the first time the brands have collaborated but certainly brings a really unique take on some classic styles.
With military and utilitarian details throughout, these jackets are perfect for those looking for heritage-inspired garments. Coming in a bold green colourway or a more classic, muted dark navy these jackets can be paired with a wide range of styles. Why not pair with regular fitting chinos or selvedge denim jeans.