Peter Werth X Nutters of Savile Row

Your chance to own rare and one-off pieces from the collection

If you’re a gentleman or a Lady of great taste (and I know that you are because you’re reading this) you’re going to want to know about the forthcoming Peter Werth event during which they will passing on some rare and one off pieces from their collaboration with Nutters of Savile Row.

Founded by the legendary Tommy Nutter in 1969, Nutters brought fashion to London’s iconic Savile Row. With his rebellious approach to tailoring, he introduced rakish silhouettes and jaunty cocktail-lounge styles to London’s elite, dressing everyone from The Beatles to The Rolling Stones, and from Sir Hardy Amies to Sir Elton John and Michael Jackson.

The fashion he initiated, was so new and contemporary that it was soon taken to the dancefloors of super cool nightspots in Mayfair, as the Northern soul movement rampaged through the club scene in the 1970’s

The collection was originally shown in 2013 and was a show unlike any other scene at London Collections: Men before. Those same pieces can now be yours.

The collection offers us incredible examples of contemporary menswear including blazers, shirts and knitwear, which Peter Werth are already famous for. With oversized lapels, roped shoulders and wide-leg trousers there’s a definite nod to it’s 70’s origins.

The collection includes a plethora of traditional designs in overscaled Prince of Wales, houndstooth and windowpane check. Outerwear isn’t forgotten either and I’m in love with the camel wool coat, with its dark shearling collar and chunky buttons it’s a great cut and looks super stylish.

Doors to this event open on 29th April 2016 at the Peter Werth store at 26 Eastcastle Street, just off Oxford Circus. Opening at 10am, doors close at 7pm. There is also a preview of the collection the day before from 5pm til 8pm at the same location.