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pope & bradley owners (london)

david & elliot mason

David and Elliot have dedicated their working lives to promoting British heritage brands, sharing their passion for the history of pioneering companies, their groundbreaking products, and extraordinary legacies.

The father and son duo have resurrected several historic brands that have experienced periods of dormancy, including Anthony Sinclair who was James Bond's original tailor, Mr Fish inventor of the man-dress and the kipper tie, Motoluxe makers of the original motoring apparel, and Ed Scarlett who designed the world's first spectacle frame in 1727.

Their most recent revival is Pope & Bradley, and they are committed to following the founder's philosophy of dressing "The Man of To-Day" in the finest up-to-date clothes.

dugdale bros & co

linen suits

Linen is a firm favourite for the Masons during the summer months. It has an extraordinarily high rate of moisture absorbency, and its crisp finish holds the fabric away from the body, creating the coolest of cloths to wear in warm environments.

Linen can be tailored into classic, formal styles, such as those worn by Elliot and David, and also into unstructured, unlined garments to offer a more casual look and feel.

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seersucker suits

The Masons are suckers for Seersucker. Whenever the mercury rises, they scramble to wear the cloth that is supremely cool and comfortable.

The traditional sky-blue and white striped seersucker, that was wildly popular in sunnier climes throughout the 20th century, fell out of fashion for a while, but the cloth has bounced back in an array of solid colours, bold stripes and checks.

The unique, wrinkled texture of the fabric allays the fear of creasing that is often associated with linen - you can sleep in this cloth and it looks as good when you awake as it did before slumber.

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reda 1865

hopsack blazers

The Hopsack Blazer is one of David's staple wardrobe items. It is a cloth that can be worn throught the year.

The textured fabric has sufficient body to feel appropriate for the cooler months of the year, but the open-weave allows it to breathe and provide suitable ventilation for warmer environments.

There is plenty of ease in the fabric, making it extremely comfortable to wear, and it is suitable for both formal and more casual occasions.

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vitale barberis canonico

tropical suit

The Tropical collection of lightweight 7oz/230g fabrics by Vitale Barberis Canonico is perfect for Spring/Summer suits, jackets and trousers.

A Super 120s yarn is used to create a plain open weave that breathes easily in warm environments and performs extremely well when made into a half-lined garment.

David's suit incorporates a lightweight canvas and is cut in a classic, single-breasted style, with the addition of an outside ticket pocket.

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vitale barberis canonico

tropical suit

In preparation for a black-tie wedding in Australia, Elliot turned to the Tropical cloth by Vitale Barberis Canonico to make a dinner suit that would allow him to stand the heat of the occasion.

Mohair blends have traditionally been the natural choice for lightweight eveningwear, but Elliot wanted a softer fabric without the sheen that is often associated with mohair suits.

The suit was half-lined to make the most of the ventilation that the plain-weave cloth provides.

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