The Last Word
New Season Tailoring
Since the beginning suits have been a mainstay for Ben Sherman. During our formative years dressing the movers and shakers of the 1960s Mod scene, they came to Ben Sherman to ensure they always had the best formalwear in the most interesting cuts and fabrics, and we were more than happy to oblige.
We’re lucky to have such a rich heritage in British menswear and suiting in particular, and it’s our duty to carry on our traditions for the modern man, updating our classic styles using contemporary techniques and fabrications.
Each of our new Mod suits featured below are crafted using our modern Camden fit, with slim lapels, Ben Sherman-branded buttons and our trademark house gingham lining.
This 100% plain weave lambswool suit ticks all the trend boxes this season. Cut from a quality Moon’s British wool cloth this salt and pepper Donegal suit will see you through Autumn and Winter.
This Donegal, in the colour of the season forest green, fulfils both style and trend requirements. Also cut from beautiful Moon’s British cloth this green Donegal tweed is our stand out piece this season.
The Mods of the day would often look to Italy for their suiting, so it seems only right that we do the same this season for this luxe formalwear option. This luxury, soft-handle flannel suit is crafted from 100% wool from the Vitale Barberis Cononico mill in Italy. It’s the suit your Mod forefathers were searching for during the 1960s remodelled for the modern man.
We’ve again travelled across to Italy with the fourth of our featured suits for the season, this time using 100% wool from the Italian Mill Tollegno in a rich, indulgent claret, that manages to be both achingly on-trend yet also vintage in its style.
A navy suit will see you through almost any occasion befitting of such formal attire. Despite it’s ubiquity, few things can beat a well-cut navy suit. Our Camden fit navy suit in peacoat twill is as sharp as they come, with the complementary red, white and blue gingham check lining providing another subtle nod to our Mod heritage.