London is a city with a rich fashion heritage, and the latest brand to add to that heritage is Paladrin.

London-based Paladrin are designed, sourced, and made in the capital, working with local designers and craftspeople to create a collaborative body of work which is reminiscent of the city they call home. Paladrin’s ethos is that clothes should be made responsibly and ethically, whilst supporting emerging talent within the industry.
Paladrin’s pieces are not mass produced, each piece is crafted carefully and meticulously, which is reflected throughout the whole first collection. The numbers on each of their products are extremely limited, reiterating their commitment to providing garments of the highest quality.
Heavily influenced by workwear from previous centuries but with a distinguished nod to contemporary culture, Paladrin couples functional sustainability with considered aesthetics, resulting in some rather fine looking pieces. Each piece is made from sustainable and durable fabrics and will withstand the needs of all seasons, whatever the weather. And seen as how combatting British weather requires skills that border on the clairvoyant, this is something we can all get on board with.

Paladrin’s first collection of everyday wear includes classic-cut worker’s jackets and shirts crafted from high-quality fabrics including corduroy, denim, moleskin, and wool. Each piece is reliable and hardwearing in order to combat the ever-unpredictable climate, whilst utilising a restricted colour palette to provide a minimalist feel. The collection combines a drop of yellow to echo the vibrancy and energy of the city in which it was created.

Paladrin’s first release offers garments which provide multiple functionalities whilst remaining true to their minimalist style. The attention to detail is easily visible throughout the entire collection. If you’re looking for clothes that are easy to wear and offer sophisticated practicality then look no further than Paladrin.

You can check out their lookbook below and you can shop their first release at