The relaunch of Belstaff has been incredibly successful and within the Barbour brand, the Steve McQueen and Triumph collections have proved extremely popular. Biker style in modern fashion is here for the long term and here at Repertoire we look to the British heritage brands Matchless, Belstaff and Barbour to achieve the undeniably cool look. THE LEATHER JACKET The first and most iconic piece from the biker wardrobe is the leather jacket. The tough and durable leather jacket was established in 1928, but was revolutionised by Marlon Brando and... Read More
Here at Repertoire we want to help make choosing jeans easy. The wide choice of fits and styles can seem daunting but we have created a user friendly guide to help you find that perfect pair of jeans. Currently there are 2 main types of fit for jeans which dominate the denim market – Slim Fit and Regular Fit. (Pictured from left to right: Emporio Armani Men J06 Mid Wash Jeans, Navy Blue Slim Fit Denim (Style Code: 17707), Nudie Jeans Mens Lean Dean Jeans, Mono Grey Washed Denim (Style Code: 18251),... Read More
Casual fashion began to be appropriated into popular culture in the 90s, something which the terraces were not happy about. For football fans, casual fashion was about standing out and showing their superiority. This led to the introduction of up market brands on to the pitch such as Stone Island, where quality and cost became increasingly more important.
Casual wear may have started in Liverpool, but it soon spread into other regions as more designer clothing was stolen and sold on in the UK. Dear trapper hats, Barbour jackets and label tennis shoes began to be commonplace on the terraces, with brands such as FILA collaborating with icon Bjorn Borg to get their name recognised