Following the cancellation of Jacket Required's July edition, moving forwards the menswear portfolio will be curated by Karen Radley, Founder and MD of Scoop. This new edit of menswear collections will mirror the premium line-up of Scoop's women's fashion labels and will be part of the show's exciting September 2021 edition.

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20 January 2020

Footwear brands at Jacket Required AW20

Jacket Required AW20 is just two days away and we’re keeping the countdown going with a look at some of our favourite brands, old and new, joining the line-up this season. Jacket Required always brings a strong selection of footwear brands to the table and this season is no exception. Check out some of the names joining us:


It’s a bold statement, bit Blundstone pride themselves on being, quite possibly, the most durable, most comfortable boots ever made. Blundstone boots have their own natural beauty and a distinctive look and feel. Established in 1870, Blundstones are still built as they always have been: to go anywhere, do anything, and look great every step of the way.


On was born in the Swiss alps with one goal: to revolutionise the sensation of running. It’s all based on one radical idea; soft landings followed by explosive take-offs. Or, as they call it, “running on clouds”. Their AW20 Performance All Day collection remains true to the brand’s core, featuring their patented CloudTec sole and Swiss engineered speedboard fused with street-ready style.


Life has much to offer those who dare to embrace the unknown. For over 70 years, Palladium's boots have been at the service of curious and independent individuals. Palladium create timeless and adaptable gear that gives people the freedom to embrace the unexpected. Because who really knows what the weekend has in store? There will always be another trail, another sidewalk, another culture to learn and discover—whether it's in a far-away city or a short bike ride from home.


Yogi Footwear

Yogi’s origins date back to the late 1990s when, inspired by the unconventional Earth and Roots shoes from the 1970s, the brand began to produce premium footwear crafted in Portugal. Superior craftsmanship, vegetable tanned leathers and recessed negative heel silhouettes - promoting good posture - form the core identity of each seasonal collection, which hold sustainable development and ethical practices at the heart.


TOMS believe in a better tomorrow and have from the start. TOMS is the original One for One Company. Since 2006, the TOMS community has given nearly 100 million pairs of shoes to people in need. But creating a better tomorrow means giving much more than shoes. Now, for every £3 they make, they give £1 away. This is the TOMS commitment—to customers, to partners, and to the future.

Meet the footwear brands everybody’s talking about at Jacket Required on 22nd and 23rd January at The Old Truman Brewery.