Scandinavian simplicity combined with Italian craftsmanship and tradition

Trunk Clothiers - Chiltern Street 8, London


During my last visit in London I finally made it to Trunk Clothiers which had been in my “to visit”-list for quite a while.

Even though the shop, which was launched in 2010 itself is pretty small (on two floors) they’ve got themselves a selection that can satisfy all your need no matter are looking for something tailored or more casual and “street style” stuff.

Suits and blazers by Boglioli, Caruso, more casual sport coats by Beams+,  Barena and Aspesi, Outerwear from Macintosh, Barbour, Battenwear and Nigel Cabourn, trousers from Incotex and Massimo Alba, shirts by Salvatore Piccolo, Gitman Vintage and Glanshirt, denim from Edwin, accessories from Drake’s and bags from WANT les essentiels and a lot more… They also have some lines for example by Caruso made just for Trunk Clothiers.

In case you happen to be in London, go to check this place. And in case you’re not, take a look at their webshop.

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They also carry the widest range of Alden shoes and boots in London (and according to my knowledge in the whole Great-Britain). I haven’t been much of a fan for derby shoes or plain toe bluchers but trying on those Alden suede ptb’s really made me to consider getting pair of those at some point.

In addition to Alden Trunk Clothiers have a selection of Common Projects sneakers and Rivieras Slip On-sneakers.

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(fragrances and leather accessories)

Check the “preview” pictures from here


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