Top 3 Womenswear Brands At Best Of Britannia
Having previously presented our top 3 menswear brands to see at Best Of Britannia, which returns to London in two weeks time, we now give you our top 3 womenswear brands!
(Image courtesy of London Tradition)
Launched in 2001 London Tradition is a British outerwear brand that was born and raised in East London. British heritage and craftsmanship is at the heart of the garments produced by the brand which include duffle coats, pea coats, trench coats and raincoats. In 2014 London Tradition was awarded the Queens Award for International Trade due to their global success. Manufactured in their East London factory, the brand not only pride themselves on their own heritage but also on their ability to keep all of their manufacturing and production truly British!
(Image courtesy of Teddy Edward)
Although Teddy Edward produce both men’s and womenswear we have picked them for our top 3 womenswear list. Hailing from a field in the Great British countryside Teddy Edward manufacture and design all of the products in Great Britain. From coats to rugby shirts and shirts to tops, the British outdoors is at the heart of the company and each garments has its very own story to tell. From quilted coats that keep farmers in their fields warm to shirts and jackets for those with both a city and country life, Teddy Edward keeps all in mind. Understanding that different locations have the ability of offer different services, Teddy Edward garments are manufactured in a number of locations; coats are from Suffolk, jackets from Birmingham, knitwear from Leicestershire and jersey from Buckinghamshire.
(Image courtesy of Parasol Rose)
Recently featured in Hello Magazine, Parasol Rose will this year showcase at BOB. Manufactured in our very own North London based factory, the brand provides women with a range of chemises, camisole tops and half slips which are also produced and crafted from the finest French silks and laces. Presenting a bespoke and unique service via their website, Parasol Rose give consumers the ability to personalise their garments, choosing their preferred colour for each garment.