L/UNIFORM x MACKINTOSH
We have teamed up with artisanal bag makers L/UNIFORM, the brand famous for their water-repellent woven canvasses.
We have teamed up with artisanal bag makers L/UNIFORM, the brand famous for their water-repellent woven canvasses.
A shared appreciation for utilitarian design codes defines the collaboration between Mackintosh and John Elliott, spotlighting impeccable craftsmanship both are known for.
Mackintosh’s storied heritage dates back to 1824 at the dawn of the industrial revolution, when Scottish chemist Charles Macintosh invented a new method of waterproofing cotton. His discovery came to revolutionise textile technology and outerwear design with the birth of the Mackintosh coat, or “Mac” as it became known. The new waterproof fabric attracted the attention of the British aristocracy who were quick to adopt it for riding coats, while the British Army and railway service commissioned trench and car coats, laying the foundation for international success.
David Hellqvist is a London-based Writer, Art Director and Stylist, contributing to magazines like The New Order and Orienteer Magazine. He also runs Document Studios, a creative content agency working with global fashion brands on alternative storytelling and editorial communication.
For Spring/Summer 2022, we have collaborated with Save The Duck, the Italian brand specialising in 100% animal-free outerwear. The combination of the two brands' expertise and know-how has generated a Capsule Collection for the season, a perfect blend of both houses’ aesthetics.
The Duffle, originally known as the Convoy Coat, was once a staple of the British Naval wardrobe. It shielded sailors from the elements on the open Sea's, before eventually becoming an essential part of the classic preppy look loved by university students across the globe.
We have teamed up with Amsterdam's favourite Jean Maker DENHAM, to create a unique version of our Classic rain Mac.
Mackintosh’s signature rubberised coats continue to be made by skilled craftsmen in our factory using the same tradition pioneered in the early 19th century. Each coat is made entirely by hand and one artisan works on a single garment from start to finish.
Paul Camo, originally from West London, relocated - with his family to Margate, Kent five years ago. His design studio is now based there and boasts a client list of large and independent brands, both locally and worldwide.
We continue our 'Crafted By' series in collaboration with A-COLD-WALL* combining the precise skills of our talented artisans with ACW* modernist layers and contemporary cuts.
Earlier this year, The British Fashion Council launched its Student Fabric Initiative. A collective community action developed to support fashion students across the country in the face of the pandemic while reducing waste across the industry.
Harris Elliott - Creative Director, Cultural Curator, Academic & Art Director for an international 'high end' Fashion, Music and Art clientele. His London based Studio has been influential in the creative sector for 20 years. Both his work and partnerships heavily emphasise the cultural exchange between America, Japan, and Jamaica.
We have partnered with concierge on demand service TOSHI. For our customers living between zones 1- 4 in London, you can now select a garment you would like to try before you buy, and our shop staff can arrange for a courier to deliver to your door on the same day.
Spring is tantalisingly close, to help us encourage the new seasons dawn we have beautifully upbeat playlist from Beth Orton.
Cecilie Bahnsen's Studio Collection is based on the virtuous concepts of up-cycling and re-purposing, as the brand dedicates itself to implementing innovative initiatives to reduce waste. The collection is made entirely using material in the archive from past seasons. All Cecilie Bahnsen fabrics are made by hand in skilled mills across Europe, reflecting Cecilie’s obsession with couture handwork and craft - too precious to go to waste.
GQ Style and htown have approached Mackintosh and a host of British designers to donate one unique item, to be sold as part of a one-off charity drive on htown’s stand-alone platform.
Mackintosh have teamed up with Esquire Magazine to create an exclusive capsule for the 2020 Esquire Edit collection. Designed in partnership with the Esquire team, the Edit is a capsule collection of special-edition wardrobe staples, made in collaboration with nine of the best brands in menswear.
Cecilie Bahnsen is a Danish womenswear label that offers an unexpected and timeless expression of modern femininity. Drawing on a rich history of design quality, Cecilie Bahnsen combines sculptural silhouettes with couture techniques, reinterpreting this with a modern approach.
Autumn is finally here, illustrator and all-round tastemaker, Mr Slowboy, joins us once more to curate a collection of wardrobe essentials that capture the timeless elegance of the modern-day dandy.This capsule collection is our fourth instalment from Mr Slowboy. For this collaboration we wanted something upbeat and colourful, to help us celebrate the change in season in style.
A true polymath, Rosie Lowe is a singer, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and radio DJ. Her second album, 'YU', was released recently to extensive critical acclaim: produced by Dave Okumu (The Invisible, Jessie Ware) and with guests ranging from Jay Electronica, Jamie Woon, Jamie Lidell, Kwabs and Jordan Rakei to the leading lights across the contemporary jazz and dance scenes (Sam Shephard, Gwilym Gold), at the centre of it all is an artist placing herself under extraordinarily intimate analysis.
Cecilie Bahnsen Spring/Summer 21 with tailored outerwear crafted by Mackintosh. This beautiful short film “The summit” shows the mood and inspiration behind this seasons collection. Shot entirely on location on the west coast of Jutland, the film was directed by MOON.
Shabaka Hutchings is a classically trained musician, who pushes the jazz tradition forward. He is part of the new wave redefining the genre for contemporary audiences. To date, Hutchings has released to critical acclaim seven studio albums and two EPs, alongside featuring on several other albums with highly respected artists.
Mackintosh have collaborated with the high-end menswear brand The Workers Club, to produce outerwear for their forthcoming Autumn/Winter 2020 collection. The capsule will be available for a limited period on Mackintosh.com.
Lascelle Gordon is a musical polymath who with his latest creative brainchild, Vibration Black Finger, he follows up on a long line of exciting, and highly accomplished collaborations. Founder member of Acid Jazz Pioneers Brand New Heavies, Campag Velocet, and Helliocentrics are just the tip of his creative iceberg.
Summer is finally here, illustrator and all-round tastemaker, MR. SLOWBOY, joins us once more to curate a collection of wardrobe essentials that capture the timeless elegance of the Contemporary Renaissance man.
Mackintosh is a brand that celebrates the diversity in our society. We believe our country is made better by the many cultures that make Britain Great. When we work together, we can achieve anything.
Having curated and illustrated a capsule collection envisioning the modern-day sartorialist, Mr. Slowboy, Mackintosh and Mr. Start have all come together to create a luxurious, tailored and refined capsule featuring the ensemble Travel Suit.
We are pleased to announce a continuation of our partnership with JIL SANDER+, developing a new capsule for the Spring/Summer 2020 season. Nature, being the focal point of Jil Sander+, is the inspiration behind the six piece collection, merging all-weather utilitarianism with a sleek and functional design.
Inspired by the Bloomsbury Group, a collection of artists with luminaries such as E M Foster and Virginia Woolf among their ranks, Mackintosh reached out to artist and all-round dandy, Mr. Slowboy. His illustrative style captures the spirit of those Avant Garde pioneers with ease, in a manner that is both classic and contemporary.
Continuing with our very successful series of ‘Crafted By’ collaborations. Our extremely talented team of artisans at Mackintosh, have worked with the design team at 1017 ALYX 9SM, to create the fourth iteration of the fashion houses collection using Mackintosh’s unique waterproofed cloth and fabrication skills.
Discover the fourth collaboration between Mackintosh and Maison Margiela for Autumn/Winter 19. Now available in-store.
We are excited to unveil a new collaboration for AW19 when we will be a part of JIL SANDER+ with a capsule of outerwear and accessories.
We are pleased to announce our third collaboration with cult label 1017 ALYX 9SM for Spring Summer 19.
We are honoured to be part of New Concepts at Nordstrom. Launching in January 2019, Nordstrom Men will introduce New Concepts, a platform for customers to discover the latest and best products in menswear.
Introduced as part of John Galliano's second co-ed collection, Maison Margiela have teamed up with Mackintosh to produce a modern adaptation of the classic Mackintosh trench silhouette.
Mackintosh 0004 is the fourth ready-to-wear collection designed by Kiko Kostadinov for Spring 2019. Each of Kostadinov’s collections have placed focus on a single material; 0001 using rubber, the fabric signature of Mackintosh, 0002 celebrating glass, and 0003 singling out felt. 0004 is based on the material lead. The 1968 image of artist Richard Serra hurling molten lead over the wall and floor of the Castelli Warehouse in New York, for his ‘Splash’ series, formed the starting point to the 0004 collection.
We are proud to announce a very special limited edition coat in collaboration with Nick Knight and 1017 ALYX 9SM.
We are pleased to announce our second collaboration with cult label 1017 ALYX 9SM for Autumn Winter 18.
Mackintosh teams up with SLAM JAM, the multi-faceted Italian lifestyle imprint, to create a collaborative capsule collection for Autumn/Winter 2018.
Kiko Kostadinov’s third collection for Mackintosh draws on the brand’s own past and their connection to the British Rail service. The idea of a mid-century British railway station symbolising the meeting point of engineers, conductors, drivers, labourers and passengers — and all of the literal and figurative uniforms that entails — informed the characters that are at the heart of 0003.
Driven by a constant focus on authenticity and the desire to showcase a unique savoir-faire, Maison Margiela has collaborated with Mackintosh to create two limited edition designs for Spring - Summer 2018.
Mackintosh 0002 is the second ready-to-wear collection designed by Kiko Kostadinov for Spring 2018. Just as the last collection focused on rubber, this season focuses on the materiality of glass.
Mackintosh introduces a new premium line designed by Kiko Kostadinov for Autumn/Winter 2017. Entitled ‘Mackintosh 0001’, this collection consists of 10 ready-to-wear unisex looks. With each season a new conceptual narrative will be introduced to guide the design process, contextualising Mackintosh’s timeless qualities. Each season the collection will be numbered, allowing the capsule to be viewed as a new chapter each time as well as a continuation from what has come before.
Driven by a constant focus on authenticity and the desire to showcase a unique savoir-faire, Maison Margiela has collaborated with Mackintosh to create two limited edition women’s designs. Introduced during the Maison Margiela “Défilé” Spring - Summer 2018 runway, the classic Mackintosh trench coat is adapted in two colors inspired by Maison Margiela’s ‘Artisanal’ heritage: white and beige.
Mackintosh and Maison Margiela have collaborated to produce this impressive limited edition coat for Autumn Winter 18.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our Spring Summer 18 collaboration with cult label ALYX.
The Royal Mint has just unveiled a new collection of “quintessentially British” 10p coins.