Regular followers of our social media feeds will have noted that we recently completed a fashion editorial photo shoot featuring the collection of luxury vintage shirts, Peaky Blinders suits, caps and accessories which we launched late last year. Our aim was to bring our collection to you, styled and showcased at its absolute best.
The Peaky Blinders gangs of early twentieth century terrorised the cobbled streets of Britain’s industrialised cities and it was those cobbles that provided the inspiration for the shoot locations.
Working alongside our appointed Creative Director (Phil Johns from PJ Studio) was Emma Barrow, an international fashion editorial photographer. Emma was the one behind the lens, photographing our models in locations that reflected both the 1920s and present day with the aim to showcase our luxurious clothing range to you in a way that allows you to see yourself in the tweed.
The Garrison Tailors team spent the first day on location at a picturesque 1800s house, capturing detailed shots of the latest lifestyle collection in various locations around the historic courtyard and cobbled archways before moving on to a second day of shooting.
Drawing inspiration from the bar scenes which featured in the Peaky Blinders television series, the second day shoot was located in a Victorian inspired craft cocktail bar. A location that we thought perfectly suited for where the modern man may choose to wear such luxurious tweed and silk.
Over 50 outfit combinations were shot over the two days, featuring everything from our luxury British made tweed suits right down to our Peaky Blinders cap or delicate Albert T-Bar watch chains.
You will have already seen a few of our new lifestyle photos, but we’ll be more alongside product launches over the next few weeks. Be sure you’ve signed up to our newsletters and that you’re following our social media feeds so you’re the first to know what’s coming.