Nigel Cabourn Blog Journal – Page 4
Nigel Cabourn wearing a George Lowe Roll Neck

The Roll Call: Knitwear

From cardigans to roll-necks, knitwear has long been a crucial part of the Nigel Cabourn range. All made in Scotland from the highest quality British wool, each jumper in the Authentic collection is built with function firmly in mind, and...

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An Interview with Women’s Designer Emilie Casiez

An Interview with Women’s Designer Emilie Casiez

Emilie Casiez is the designer behind the Nigel Cabourn women’s range. Combining a keen eye for detail with a passion for vintage clothing with a story to tell, her designs bring classic shapes right up to date, creating functional clothing for...

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In Depth: Dungarees and Bib Overalls

In Depth: Dungarees and Bib Overalls

Dungarees (or bib overalls, as they’re known in America) are a true classic of utilitarian work-wear design. Worn by carpenters, painters, mechanics, factory workers and pretty much anyone else who requires hard-wearing, no-nonsense clothing, they’ve been a mainstay of the...

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Capturing the Stonemasters - an Interview with Dean Fidelman

Capturing the Stonemasters - an Interview with Dean Fidelman

The Stonemasters were a band of free-spirited outsiders who pioneered a stripped-back, stylish form of rock-climbing back in the early 1970s. Combining Californian counter-culture with honed, athletic precision, their influence can be felt far beyond the cliffs of Yosemite, and...

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The Roll Call: Herringbone Utility-Wear

The Roll Call: Herringbone Utility-Wear

Herringbone is a geometric pattern with a history which stretches back a few thousand years. Taking its name from the distinct shape of a fish’s skeleton, it’s effectively a broken ‘v’ motif which zig-zags across everything from Roman roads to...

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The Story of the Mallory Jacket

The Story of the Mallory Jacket

It’d probably be stating the obvious to say that Nigel Cabourn puts a lot of thought into his designs. From the shape and the cut to the weight of the fabrics and the angle of the pockets, each detail is...

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Nigel Cabourn X Maison Mihara

Nigel Cabourn X Maison Mihara

Nigel Cabourn’s design has always been about taking details from history, and bringing them up to date with the finest materials and craftsmanship available today. His collaboration with cult Japanese designer Mihara Yasuhiro is a prime example of this. Whilst...

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