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TWC WOOL GILET
Fits true to size. Take your normal size
This gilet is designed for a regular cut
Details & Care
For AW20, The Workers Club has collaborated with the outerwear specialist and heritage brand Mackintosh to create an exclusive capsule collection. Focussed on functional outerwear and layering pieces. The pieces have been made by Mackintosh's talented craftspeople in the brand's state-of-the-art outerwear factory in England.
Back again for A/W20 is this Charcoal version of our ever popular Wool Gilet - part of the label's inaugural offering - a three-piece collection of coordinating items aptly called 'The Works'. Proudly woven in Yorkshire by the esteemed mill Mallalieus from a Charcoal mix merino wool, this regular-fit design is mill-washed for an exceptionally soft feel. An obsessive attention to detail ensures this piece is finished to the highest standards to our own unique specification. Wear it zipped into the matching water-repellent Shell jacket as part of 'The Works' combo or layered beneath the co-ordinating bomber jacket.
- Wool Herringbone sourced from Mallalieus of Delph, England
- Cotton knitted rib stand collar
- Contrast brushed cotton twill patch pockets
- Dipped hem at back
- Hanger loop on outside back neck
- Metal tooth gold finish Riri zips
THE WORKERS CLUB
Founded in 2015 by Adam and Charlotte Cameron, The Workers Club is the culmination of a combined thirty years of experience in luxury, heritage and high street fashion.
Based in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside, The Workers Club are purists when it comes to fabric, fit and construction. Their debut garment, an all-purpose coat named ‘The Works’ took six months to perfect and has since become a core design, illustrating the brand’s signature layering concept. TWC have firmly established themselves as an antidote to fast fashion. Rather than working to a fashion-led calendar, they are dedicated to building an entire wardrobe for their customer; a collection of timeless essentials that reflect modern living.
The Workers Club takes its name from a 1920s Constructivist concept set up by Aleksandr Rochenko, a work space of sorts, designed to encourage collaboration and productivity; apt for such a brand as TWC who take pride in working closely with suppliers and manufacturers that offer the very best, be that in the heart of Japan’s ‘denim village’ or a family run mill in Scotland.