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Nigel Cabourn X Fred Perry

Table tennis, that sport that when every Olympics comes around, yer da watches and acts like he knows all the rules, Forrest Gump is mint at it, and you can play it in that bar in town with the beer in the jam jars.  288 more words

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Ivan Ordiakov

I’m so glad to represent my favourite jackets via your website. It was tough choice as I got some really nice and rare pieces.
After some time I decided to include the following jackets into my top three list. 161 more words

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Fred Perry X Nigel Cabourn‏ Spring/Summer 2015 collection

With a collection that takes its cues from Table Tennis, comes a collaboration between Fred Perry and Nigel Cabourn. Both brands are quintessentially British, with the collection being inspired by Fred Perry’s heritage in the sport (Perry himself was World Champion of Table Tennis in 1929 before pursuing tennis) and Nigel’s personal love for it, being a regular player. 268 more words

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Clobber Post No.15: Fred Perry x Nigel Cabourn SS15

‘Fred Perry is a brand that I think in some ways runs parallel to the Nigel Cabourn brand; both are truly British brands inspired by British heritage and British manufacturing. 230 more words

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Nigel Cabourn in Naka meguro

The cult British designer Nigel Cabourn showed me his store in Naka meguro, the coolest area in Tokyo.                                                     Inspired by vintage military, and real people in history, Nigel designs menswear for more than 40 years, and started womenswear a year ago. 49 more words

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Ask Tony Stark for a payday loan

I was a bit disappointed with the way Hawkeye was portrayed in The Avengers movie. In the comics, he’s all purple and blue with leggings and a ridiculous pointy eyebrow mask. 196 more words

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Trouser Tuesday: Extraordinary strides from Nigel Cabourn

Welcome to part four of the 4-part mini-series presenting different takes on tweed trousers. So far we’ve had a look at a good pair from Toast… 1,427 more words

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