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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09 December 2014

Indelible East

A new season brings new brands, and for the upcoming eighth edition of Jacket Required, the premium menswear tradeshow refines its affinity of bringing together the very finest collections from across the globe including Europe, Japan and North America.

Today's appropriated accrual of brands prepare to join together this February at Shoreditch's Old Truman Brewery, to showcase autumn/winter 2015 collections - each infectiously indelible in its own individual way.

See the full list so far on the Jacket Required Brand Page of the website.
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Timeless, reliable and functional, Victorinox products are conceived, designed and built to accompany every lifestyle. Founded in 1884 in Ibach, Switzerland, today Victorinox remains a symbol of quality and functionality that is transposed throughout all its collections, from Travel Gear and Timepieces to Fashion and Fragrances.

The Victorinox aesthetic appeals to those who demand the very best in design and quality. Having appointed UK designer Christopher Raeburn as Artistic Director after working closely together on a number of collaborations, Raeburn channels his pioneering work, creating ethically aware and innovative collections from re-appropriated military fabrics to bring an aesthetic and experience into the main collection.

With an apparel range that embodies the spirit of the legendary Original Swiss Army Knife, the brand’s autumn/winter 2015 offering doesn’t just hold performance at its core, but prides itself on being multifaceted and forward thinking – each product is an expression of Swiss quality and Swiss pioneering spirit.

Naked & Famous Denim

Hailing from Canada, the Naked & Famous brand name is a satire of a celeb-obsessed culture. Aiming to poke fun at Hollywood and glamour brands that sell jeans from $300 upwards solely because they are celebrity endorsed, and not because they are higher quality. In a challenging contrast, Naked & Famous Denim only the most unique and rare denim fabrics from prestigious mills in Japan, committed to producing the best and most expensive denim the world over.
The label keeps all its jeans raw and simple – no washes, no embroidery, no gimmicks. Produced by a combination of old school and modern methods, culture and history are poured into the material, to create the best fabric in the world combined with modern fits. Jeans are stripped down to the core essentials – luxury basics created with conviction, ready to be appreciated by denim purists.

Red Wing

Having travelled alongside America's vast history, Red Wing shoes have been worn by families and workers through its depression era and contracted through two World Wars providing services to the US Forces. From fields and landscapes to America's tallest buildings, Red Wing remains a loyal and trusty companion not only for the workers, but for the everyday man for years to come.

Proven to perform and outlast - behind each pair of shoes exists over 100 years of experience, since around the turn of the 19th century shoe merchant Charles Beckman embraced a local necessity for a shoe specifically designed for the demanding work of industries such as mining, logging and farming. Excellence is a standard which transcends the test of time, the brand’s purpose-built footwear has often been lauded as a spearhead of innovation in the standard for work boots, with a promise to never compromise on its iconic American-made quality. For autumn/winter 2015, Red Wing enhance the Beckman Founder's series, with the introduction of two Mocc toe styles in black and brown, completing a twelve option story.

Monarch Co.

In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1898, Paul Asch began developing the heavy outdoor and leather jackets which founded the Monarch brand. Having supplied the State of Wisconsin Police and later the U.S. Government, Monarch has continuously brought an amazing amount of innovation to the apparel industry and is considered today to be one of the major manufacturers of all time.

Its influence and impact in this industry are considerable – from as early as 1940, the brand employed the use of the best technical fabrics whether Emberglo virgin wool or Aeropelt, a registered trademark of waterproof leather designed for the U.S. Air Force.

Today, tributes are paid to Monarch Co. with the design of a new creative range of military and casual leather jackets, as well as sturdy outerwear made in the U.S.

The Frye Company

On March 10, 1863, John A. Frye opened the doors of a small shoe shop in Marlboro, Massachusetts. The shoes he made weren't icons of fashion or fanciful in style, but instead served a simple purpose – to ease the daily lives of factory workers in that small New England town.
Over the years, Frye’s family has grown, and along with it The Frye Company has expanded and developed into artisan manufacturers. Dedicated to the art of shoemaking, crafting footwear as functional as it is durable has been the company’s benchmark ever since – with the creation of new patterns, discovery of new materials, and even invention of shoe-making machinery all contributing to the idiosyncratic qualities of the brand. With well over 150 years of history and knowledge, the autumn/winter 2015 collection continues with tradition – affirming The Frye Company as makers of timeless, handcrafted footwear and leather goods for every walk of life, generation upon generation.


Founded in Hudson, Massachusetts in 1975, outdoor lifestyle brand Penfield has since produced full collections and accessories for every season. Established by Harvey Gross, a pioneering figure in the American outerwear industry since the early 1960s, Gross championed the characteristics of down insulation for its unique and unrivalled ability to provide durable warmth and protection. Carrying such core values through each seasons’ collections since, the label is designed for and worn by people who know and love the outdoors - always of the highest quality, its garments are created to stand up to the demands of the New England climate. And so, it’s no wonder that over the years, Penfield has been trusted for its reputation for making the highest quality outdoor apparel 'For Life in the Open', anywhere the wind blows or rain falls.

Fusing function and style together – utility, strength and durability are the key elements incorporated in every design manufactured. With garments designed to provide warmth in a variety of weather conditions, active comfort without restrictions, and years of superior performance.