There’s not much I find more exciting than discovering a new label. When you come across a new brand whose designs perfectly emulate your own style aesthetics, wants and needs, it’s just darn well great. This is what has happened to me over the last few months with Foxhall London. Queue modern, transitional style, utility, clean lines with a rugged masculinity - or as the label calls it, ‘Progressive Urbanwear’.

Launched in 2014, Foxhall is inspired by the urban landscape; everyday pursuits as well as sporting adventures, with a focus on bringing utility and functionality to designs and products making everyday life flow a little easier (while staying stylish!). Foxhall features nuances of skiing, running as well as mountain climbing and everyday commuting - from a well-positioned Oyster card sleeve pockets on coats to a considered coin pockets on running wear.

Everything is about function and multi-function; small design twists and turns that add up to an innovative, contemporary offering.

For this season, Foxhall channels its traditional shades of navy and rich burgundies that reiterates the label’s theme of exploring the fusion of contemporary British menswear with technical functionality to create unique leading urbanwear for the modern metropolitan man. With a wide offering covering tailoring, sportswear and everyday basics, the collection incompasses signature fits with modern materials such as softshell. Check out the Lookbook at the bottom.

I love the brand for its clean and contemporary basics, the quality speaks for itself and the fit is perfect for someone one of my build of broader shoulders. One of my favourite items is their navy Cade T-shirt. A perennial classic, this T-shirt is the backbone of the Foxhall design ethos and style; finely honed and crafted and shaped perfectly for a fitted look across the chest and arms with a looser fit around the waist. It’s just perfect. It looks smarted, it makes you look good but most importantly it’s still comfortable. I took the Cade T-shirt with me to Australia and it was one of the most worn tops of my trip. Now I just need it in every colour under the sun.

Shop the Cade T-shirt

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Written by Neil Thornton
London-based coffee drinker. Editor by day, blogger by whatever time he finds spare.