• Lake District Last Of England

    Travels – The Lake District, April 2015

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  • New York City Last Of England

    Travels – New York City, April 2015

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  • Last Of England Teba

    Testament To The Teba

    A terrific feature on Last Of England’s Teba jacket posted on the blog of Lee Osborne aka Sartorialee. Link below: Last Of England On Sartorialee

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  • Last of England Moss Stitch Mid Grey Jumper

    The Achromatic Colour

    Introducing the lightweight moss stitch cashmere jumper in a new colour way: Mid Grey

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  • Prospect Cottage Dungeness Last Of England

    Prospect Cottage

    This weekend Last Of England set out in search of another Last Of England. The artist and filmmaker Derek Jarman made in 1987 a feature entitled Last Of England. It starred Tilda Swinton and was Jarman’s poetic depiction of what he felt was the loss of traditional English culture in the 1980s. Jarman lived at Prospect Cottage, Dungeness …

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  • A Little Bird Last Of England


    Hugely grateful to the blog ‘A Little Bird’ who have just written a wonderful feature on Last Of England. Read all about it by following the link below: Last Of England On A Little Bird

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    Spill The Beans

    The eminent lifestyle blog Fashion Beans has generously given Last Of England a fantastic write up. Click the link below to read: Last Of England On Fashion Beans    

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  • Last of England Fisherman Holy Green Jumper

    The Rise Of The Greens

    So very pleased to unveil two new additions to the Last Of England inventory.                                    

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  • ‘Style Is Not Neutral; It Gives Moral Directions’ Martin Amis

      A thoughtful look for observing the characters, sights and sounds of the streets The Story Of The Teba

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  • The Artist In His Studio Fisherman Rib

    ‘The Job Of The Artist Is Always To Deepen The Mystery’ Francis Bacon

      Francis Bacon making a stand against the cold of his studio in a fisherman’s rib jumper. Buy an edition below: Last Of England Fisherman’s Rib Jumper In Camel

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  • Evolution

    The prestigious lifestyle blog Ape To Gentleman has written a terrific piece on Last Of England. We recommend giving it a view: Last Of England On Ape To Gentleman  

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  • Dylan Thomas Basket Weave

    Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night

        This is the centenary year of the birth of revered Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. His life was filled with periods of great success and matching tragedy. Revive his iconic look with a Last Of England Basketweave Jumper In Navy . The perfect uniform for transcribing poetry in front of a fire, on a cold blustery …

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  • Heed The Tweed Pig

    Thrilled that Last Of England has been featured on The Tweed Pig blog. The blog is one of our favourites and has successfully brought attention to everything from British Tailoring to the poems of R.S Thomas. Well worth your attention. Last Of England On The Tweed Pig Blog

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  • Poppy Delevingne Last of England Jumper

    By Model Appointment

                                From The Zoe Report.com Click here for link.

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  • Open House London 2014

    This weekend, 20th-21st September, plays host to Open House London. Open House allows the exploration of over 800 buildings in the capital, most of which are usually inaccessible to the public. Highlights include the Leadenhall Building (the cheesegrater), the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Treasury, Cross Rail Construction Sites and 10 Downing Street (should you …

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  • Freudian Stitch

      Channel Freud’s look with a Last Of England Fisherman’s Rib Jersey in Navy.  

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  • The Justo Gimeno Factory Teba Jacket

    Factory Records – Justo Gimeno, Zaragoza

    Last Of England visited the manufacturer of its Teba jackets on Monday. The factory is located in Zaragoza, Spain. We were looked after most kindly by Justo who is the third generation of his family to be involved with the company. Results of the visit will be available in September.          

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  • Last Of England

    No. 44 by Antony Gormley. Crosby Beach.

      The tide rises, the tide falls, The twilight darkens, the curlew calls; Along the sea-sands damp and brown The traveller hastens toward the town, And the tide rises, the tide falls.

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  • Last of England House & Garden

    Father’s Day Advice

    Last Of England recommended for Father’s Day by House & Garden magazine

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  • Last Of England Teba Cuff

    Traits Of The Teba

    No 1. The Cuff The Teba has a shirt like button cuff. This style of cuff lowers the formality of the jacket as well as allowing the wearer to roll up the sleeves should the need arise.

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  • King Alphonso wearing the Teba

    The Story Of The Teba

    The original Teba jacket was created on Savile Row (specific house unknown) for King Alfonso XIII of Spain to be used as a shooting cardigan. The make up of the Teba Jacket was perfect for shooting in the heat of the Spanish countryside. It was lightweight, its semi relaxed cut meant that movement was free …

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