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 December 2017

The Archives: Schott N.Y.C & Henri Lloyd

In an ever-changing fashion landscape, modern style means many things to many people. And, in the world of Jacket Required, it’s a fine balance between the past, present and future.

Paying testament to the idea that change is the only constant, this season, the London trade show invites you to explore the inner workings of two revered brands of the Jacket Required family. While different in origin, both are steeped in their own proud history and outstanding traditions as purveyors of authentic outerwear.

And so, for autumn/winter 2018, Jacket Required Presents x The Archives – as we pay homage to the unique stories of two brands, American icon, Schott N.Y.C. and archetypal British sailing label Henri Lloyd.

Housed within the trade show exhibition at its fourteenth edition, both the Schott N.Y.C. and Henri Lloyd archives will be on show to buyers, press and invited guests during the Jacket Required dateline.

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H E N R I   L L O Y D
R E - E X P L O R E D   F R O M   O U R   A R C H I V E


A story of people who never settle for the ordinary — fearlessly changing their world. Henri Lloyd’s journey and legacy is a pursuit of innovation, a lineage of creative restlessness, a continuing commitment to empower people in chasing their dreams.

Travelling through history, technical design and engineering construction, the Henri Lloyd Archive property includes original paper patterns and paper sketches by Mr Henri, with complementing pieces including the 1973 Ocean Racer Adventure Jacket, designed by Mr Henri for the inaugural Whitbread Round-the-World Race; 1979 Portland Jacket, crafted with the coastal sailor in mind as one of the first protective jackets in the world to have fully taped, waterproof seams; 1989 Hamble Peacoat, the traditional marine Peacoat with built-in protective engineering; and 1990 Manor Jacket, originally developed from Mr Henri’s 1965 Consort Jacket, created in the 1980s from a new fabrication using synthetic coated fabrics previously only used in the sailing industry.