Salute to British Style: Peter Werth ~ Contemporary British Menswear Designer

07.13.2015, Company News, Hampton Haute List, by .
Peter Werth; London

Peter Werth; London

Celebrate a summer of Fashion and Style with Prince of Scots during our Salute to British Style. Peter Werth has been part of the British Menswear Business for 40 years and is synonymous with great British Design.   Born in Islington, North London in 1975 Peter Werth has become known for high quality contemporary clothing, footwear and accessories.

From its foundations in knitwear during the early days and inspired by the sharper, more formal working class style tribes from the 1970s, the Peter Werth collection has evolved through outerwear, shirting, blazers and fine jerseywear into shoes, accessories and tailoring, all the time maintaining its signature of effortless style.
During the mid ‘70s Peter Werth was appropriated by the Perry Boys – a style tribe named after their affection for the Fred Perry shirts they wore in the Summer. During the Winter the knitwear of choice for these same lads was our long-sleeved knitted polo shirts.

The original burgundy striped knitted polo shirt has become an iconic early expression of the terrace ‘casual’ look, particularly when they were worn with Adidas Stan Smith trainers and burgundy Lois jeans or cords. Never outlandish or loud, the look was always delivered with a sense of authority and understated style.

Prince of Scots is introducing the a new collection of bags from Peter Werth in his classic modern British Style. The two collections are British Prep which is translated for work, campus, or travel making it the perfect choice for your personal signature of style.

The Orton Zipper Weekender, Available in Tan or Black

The Orton Zipped Weekender

The Smith Messenger Bag, Available in Blue or Black

The Smith Messenger Bag

The Jones Business Bag

The Jones Business Bag

The Lordan Weekender

The Lordan Weekender

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