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THE WORKERS CLUB (TWC)

Introducing the luxury outdoor clothing brand fusing British and Japanese craftsmanship.

The Worker's Club (TWC) puffer coat
The Worker's Club (TWC) puffer coat

As much as we don’t want to admit it, it’s nearing layers season now, because let’s be real, summer is over.

And what better way to usher in the colder climes than lush, high-quality outdoor garms – courtesy of your new favourite brand The Workers Club (TWC).

Set up four years ago and the brainchild of Adam and Charlotte Cameron – a couple who first met at university where they studied Fashion Design – at the heart of the brand’s sensibilities, is a blend of British and Japanese fabrics, with fit, comfort, quality and minimal silhouettes as its signature characteristics. Inspiration has been taken from the city landscape, with a heavy focus on premium denim and outerwear.

Rather than a “fashion brand,” TWC also places an emphasis on quality products and fabrics with a belief in sustainability through better investment and timeless staples.

“My obsession with denim really started after visiting Japan in former roles,” says Adam, “I’ve always tried to develop jeans that I really love and would wear myself and the area of Japan where we make them, Okayama, really is the centre for the very best – namely the Kuroki Mill.”

Find out more at the workersclub.co.uk

The Worker's Club (TWC) mac
The Worker's Club (TWC) parka
The Worker's Club (TWC) mac
The Worker's Club (TWC) parka
The Worker's Club (TWC) navy sweat
The Worker's Club (TWC) jeans
The Worker's Club (TWC) navy sweat
The Worker's Club (TWC) jeans
THE WORKERS CLUB (TWC)

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