For AW19, we are celebrating style innovation with a contemporary collection inspired by Hawes & Curtis’ iconic designs. Since pioneering the first backless evening waistcoat to creating the iconic Windsor collar for the Duke of Windsor, Hawes & Curtis has been at the forefront of British design for more than 100 years. This season, our new collection showcases the perfect balance between innovation, craftsmanship, quality and style. Here we present the collection highlights...
Tailoring: Built To Last
This autumn, Hawes & Curtis redefines timeless tailoring with a classic collection featuring contemporary twists. With luxurious wool fabric and signature details, our suits will ensure you are always dressed for success.
The Ultimate Stretch Shirts
Our stretch shirts have been specially engineered to flatter your physique whilst maximising comfort. Crafted from luxe cotton fabric with added stretch, this high-performance shirt allows freedom of movement.
Designed with the British weather in mind, our stylish outerwear collection offers protection from the elements due to a combination of luxurious fabrics and technical designs. From reversible macs to luxurious cashmere-blend overcoats and suede blazers, our outerwear collection is streamlined and beautifully versatile.
Leaders in Women's Shirts
For autumn 2018, sophisticated pussy bow blouses featuring seasonal prints will easily take you from the office to an evening setting.
All Time Classics
Clean feminine cuts are combined with flattering tailoring to deliver shirts that exude power and professionalism.
Incorporating British tailoring, contemporary silhouettes and understated designs, the 1913 capsule collection fuses British design with Italian flair.
The Melbourne Cup is just around the corner, so we’ve compiled our top sartorial tips to stay ahead of the race day pack. Known locally as ‘the race that stops a nation,’ it is Australia’s most prestigious annual thoroughbred horse race. The Melbourne Cup has a long tradition, with the first race held in 1861. And like the race’s rich heritage, it has a fair share of traditions with regards to men’s fashion.