Victorinox: Multi fuctional Outerwear

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Victorinox has been going since 1884. The brand is renowned for their multi-tools. The famous cross & shield logo is known worldwide as a symbol of reliability & functionality. The clothing is new at Number Six for this season, therefore we're giving you a bit of information about it. Victorinox has recruited Christopher Raeburn to help bring the Swiss Army Knife to life in fabric form. The collaboration between the technical clothing expert and a brand steeped in heritage created a Modular clothing system perfect for all weather. Victorinox Modular System: The idea is that each piece of clothing can be...

Attention To Detail: The Work Jacket

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For any of you with a keen eye you might have noticed we are partial to a work Jacket at Number Six. Now I can think of many things to thank the French for like French bread, the 1998 world cup winning squad and mime artists, however Work Jackets have to top that list. The History: Originating in France, the work jacket was a staple of the French countryside. The most well known form of the work jacket is the "Bleu de Travail" jacket, this is the iconic jacket with heavy indigo dye. This jacket became prominent in France and throughout...

Le Laboureur

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Le Laboureur offer traditional workwear crafted in France. A family run business since 1956, Le Laboureur's garments focus on high quality construction and simple design fit for the worker. It is exactly this focus that has allowed their workwear to grow from being sold on a market stall in Burgundy, France, to being a staple in any mans wardrobe. At Number Six we stock the classic work jacket in a range of fabrics ranging from Moleskin to Wool, perfect for an extra layer or as a casual Jacket. It is Le Laboureur's background in traditional and functional workwear that allows...

Camplin Arrives At Number Six

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Number six has a new brand in store by the name of Camplin, a company steeped in history. Founded in 1850 by Edward Champlin with shops in both London and Portsmouth. later in 1888 Edwards son Charles started providing uniforms for the British Royal Navy. Charles considered the 'farther' of the Peacoat, he was awarded the NGSM (A service medal with blue and green stripes) and to this day the same blue and green tape is used in the finishing touches to the Peacoat. Mr Camplin came up with the idea of a jacket having the same style as an officers...

Wigwam Socks | New Brand At Number six!

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Wigwam Socks are produced by Wigwam Mills in Wisconsin USA since 1905. They started making socks and headwear primarily from wool for the residents and lumbermen of the area . A family run company, founded as a hand knit hosiery company is dedicated to enhancing the lives of there customers. Not only by providing them the finest quality wool socks, but by giving them the assurance that their purchase of Wigwam Socks supports its reputation of honesty and integrity. Now an international brand making the best quality socks suitable all year round and with a 2 year guarantee to boot....

Kaibosh - Norwegian Heritage Eyewear

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Here at Number Six we’ve had an arrival of sunglasses from Norwegian heritage eyewear specialists Kaibosh. Kaibosh is a sister company to Flo; who have over 50 years of heritage in optics. Flo is renown for designing and manufacturing some of the most innovative and fashion-forward eyewear globally; designing and producing for Scandinavian fashion houses. Kaibosh born out of a legendary eyewear company, takes a contemporary approach to eyewear design, by working with eyewear users around the world to create affordable and unique styles of glasses. Our collection at Number Six includes beautifully crafted Tortoiseshell and Horn frames, alongside the...

Heritage Research

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Bringing functionally stylish joy to our lives at Number Six, Heritage Research is a brilliantly authentic, British made brand that ticks all the boxes when it comes to quality and purpose. Each season the collections are built around specific people and moments in time, designed to reflect, but modernize  pieces from those eras. Their garments are all hand made in Britain in a way that celebrates imperfection and kicks out against uniformed individuality, to create pieces that each carry, and develop their own character over time. Read more at Heritage Research. For all Heritage Research at Number Six click here....

New Filson bags now in store

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Just arrived today, four lovely new bags from Filson, a perfect addition to any outfit..

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