The Editorial

  1. Mathias le Fèvre’s Guide to a Happy Christmas

    Mathias le Fèvre’s Guide to a Happy Christmas

    With Christmas lunches and cosy evenings on the agenda, New & Lingwood invites Mathias le Fèvre to share what he’s wearing, drinking and listing to during the festive season.
  2. In conversation with fashion editor, Catherine Hayward

    In conversation with fashion editor, Catherine Hayward

    Former fashion editor of British GQ and UK Esquire, Catherine Hayward makes a rare move in front of the camera to show how she’d wear New & Lingwood.
  3. In conversation with Hugh Brunt, of the London Contemporary Orchestra

    In conversation with Hugh Brunt, of the London Contemporary Orchestra

    We sat down with Hugh Brunt of the the London Contemporary Orchestra to talk about what links musical and personal style, his career highlights and how he selects clothes that work when he’s on stage.
  4. The Sabie Forest Collection, Our Partnership with Admore Artists

    The Sabie Forest Collection, Our Partnership with Admore Artists

    We celebrate our partnership with Ardmore Artists, whose Sabie Forest designs are showcased in our capsule collection of dressing gowns and slippers on luxurious velvets.
  5. In conversation with Sean Crowley, owner of Crowley Vintage

    In conversation with Sean Crowley, owner of Crowley Vintage

    Sean Crowley is the owner and founder of Crowley Vintage, legendary vintage shop in Brooklyn. We sat down with Sean to discuss his his vintage menswear aesthetic, the people and experiences that have shaped it over the years, as well as our latest collaboration of ties - New & Lingwood by Crowley Vintage.
  6. Autumn / Winter Lookbook

    Autumn / Winter Lookbook

    New & Lingwood’s Autumn/Winter 2021 look-book plays on the notion that clothing, like art, can be a form of self expression. Bold colours accent neutral tones to draw the eye while maintaining a sophisticated elegance as subjects interact with ornate frames to give the illusion of bringing the portraits to life.
  7. The Evolution of New & Lingwood’s Iconic Peacock

    The Evolution of New & Lingwood’s Iconic Peacock

    The New & Lingwood Peacock. Our unmistakable motif, capturing not only the bold aesthetic of our clothing, also but the taste and confidence of our customers. Read more about the evolution of the iconic design.
  8. In conversation with Ben Burdett, Founder of Atlas Gallery

    In conversation with Ben Burdett, Founder of Atlas Gallery

    Ben Burdett is the founder of one of the most influential photographic galleries in London - Atlas Gallery in Marylebone. In anticipation of the launch of his latest exhibition with Franco Fontana, we sat down with him at his country home to discuss everything from his punk past and favourite photographs, to his vision for the gallery.
  9. New & Lingwood x Mantidy

    New & Lingwood x Mantidy

    Bringing together New & Lingwood’s iconic silk with Mantidy’s handcrafted all-in-one leather accessories, this capsule combines the best of Jermyn St design and high quality craftsmanship.
  10. Our Shirting Variety

    Our Shirting Variety

    Traditionally, a “shirt” meant a collared, button-front cotton dress shirt, but today, we offer fits and fabrics to suit different physiques and tastes. Read more about the variety in our shirting.
  11. The Evolution of Our Trousers

    The Evolution of Our Trousers

    The classic silhouette of the English tailored trouser was established by Savile Row tailors back in the 1930s. Read how our latest trousers blend the virtues of both classic and modern styles.
  12. Evening Dress Standard

    Evening Dress Standard

    When the sun goes down, the fun begins. Free from commitments and constrictions of work, it’s time to enjoy the night. Silk Dressing Gown on, cocktail in hand – read more about New & Lingwood’s Evening Standard.
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