Now they’re back with an even more impressive AW16 range. With a wider product range and a variety of colour options, it’s a real credit to Fraser Trewick, the founder, of just how good the range looks.
My favourite is the Zip Utility jacket. Based on a 1930’s French chore jacket from Fraser’s personal collection, the added zip pocket adds a nice, unusual twist to differ from anything else we see in stores. The Utility jacket is made using an exclusive indigo canvas made for them by Berto Mills in Italy.
With an immense attention to detail, Hawksmill also produce some of the finest sweatshirts and t-shirts I’ve seen, using rare techniques such as rope dying their garments to give it a nice washed finish.
The new range will go live next week. For more of their AW16 range, head over to Hawksmill Denim Co. using this link.