INTRODUCING HEMINGSWORTH ARBITERS OF LUXURY & ADVENTURE

Hemingsworth, the new luxury British menswear label, has just unveiled its debut collection of shorts designed for adventures on land and sea. 

Impeccably crafted by English tailors in London, the Hemingsworth 'Clipper' collection features eight stylish short designs. Every pair have been designed to allow for maximum comfort and all-day wear, making them a truly versatile garment that can take the adventurous modern man from the sea to socialising. 

Inspired by the timelessness and durability of 19th century British racing ships, the 'Clipper' collection utilises lightweight seersucker and cotton-blend fabrics. Hemingsworth believes true quality is revealed in the details, which is why its buttons are carefully crafted from Tahitian Mother of Pearl, zips are made to order in Italy by Lampo, and buckles are cast and finished in Germany to the highest specification. It is this attention to detail that elevates Hemingsworth shorts into a space that hasn't been occupied before. 

The shorts blend traditional yarns with the latest modern fibres for a feel that is reminiscent of soft cotton with the advantage of being quick drying. Every pair are chlorine, salt water, light, rub, shrink and colour tested. 

Matt Jones, founder of Hemingsworth, said, “I wanted to create a versatile short that has some of the most renowned features of a tailored suit that today's modern man would appreciate – impeccable tailoring and supreme comfort with details like an integral hidden adjustable waistband and French fly – ensuring they can actually be worn and enjoyed all day. The Hemingsworth man appreciates the finer details in life, but he doesn’t want to obsess over wardrobe changes”. 



The debut Hemingsworth collection is available now priced from £180.00, in sizes 30-38" and in eight styles and classic colours: Sharkfin, Light Blue, Navy, Yellow, White and Seer Sucker (Pink, Blue & Green). For additional information please visit www.hemingsworth.com.

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