Have you ever wondered how British shirts were made and who actually makes them?
We at Grosvenor Shirts are giving you an insight on the process of how shirts are manufactured, we will highlight the steps required to manufacture our very own British made products.
Porters Factory Building was built in 1865 and is known worldwide for its heritage in manufacturing British made shirts, it is also the home of Grosvenor Shirts where we design and continue the tradition of creating all of our luxury shirts, boxer shorts and pyjamas.
We caught up with Grosvenor’s Design Director Juan Credidio to talk about the new season and surprises for SS15.
What can we expect from Grosvenor this season?
We are so pleased with the success of the Grosvenor Blazer, the response has been amazing in London and internationally. For Spring – Summer we will be launching 4 new colours of our Signature Blazers. Stunning and luxurious checked fabrics that we hope will be a big hit with the Grosvenor man.
“New fabrics for our Signature Blazer”
What are you favourite pieces?
I love the nautical looks for Spring, wonderful transitional pieces that I personally will be wearing. We have some great shirts that fall into this trend in plains and prints.
“Grosvenor Design Director, Juan Credidio’
Are there any surprises in the new collection?
Yes there are some that will give our customers more choice and attract a younger man to our shirts. This season we are introducing our Sports Collection, 15 pieces that stand out as a step in a new direction for us. This collection is more casual with a slimmer fit and details like military inspired shoulder lapels.
The new SS15 collection from Grosvenor will be in store and online soon. To be the first to hear sign up to our newsletter here.
Celebrate British shirt making live on Jermyn Street.
Exclusively on 7th & 8th November from 10am.
At Grosvenor we are proud to design & make all our shirts in the UK and unlike many others, we can honestly say that we are one of the last true British shirt makers.
For 2 days only we will be celebrating skilled craftsmanship live in our store window. This very special one-off event is open to everyone and promises to showcase the making of our bestselling signature shirts. Skilled cutters will be hand cutting and giving you the chance to watch or even buy your own freshly cut British shirt.
This not to be missed event takes place on Friday 7th November & Saturday 8th November 2014 from 10am.
We hope to see you there.
The Grosevenor team love a horse show, in particular a Royal Horse Show. With just weeks passing since we were guests in the Royal Enclosure at Windsor Show, we jump at any opportunity to get dressed up and look the part for the Summer Season.
This week sees Royal Ascot in Berkshire, now a tradition that dates back to the year 1711 from an idea originated by Queen Anne. Just a short gallop from Windsor Castle the show is still popular with our Monarchy and is always attended by Her Majesty the Queen accompanied by The Duke of Edinburgh.
Second to the horse racing is the fashion. With very strict rules of what to where and what not to wear we asked Grosvenor’s Design Director, Juan Credidio to give us his top picks of what to wear to Royal Ascot.
Juan’s essential guide will allow you to not only look the part but make a statement while following the all-important fashion rules.
Juan says “The devil is in the detail, the right accessories can bring an outfit to life. It is so important to choose them well”.
Solid Silver Dress Studs – Blue £195.00
Metal Collar Stays – Navy £20.00
Dark Blue Tie £75.00
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