Henri Lloyd


Henri LIoyd is a British fashion clothing apparel company synonymous with yachting & golfing, the original British sailing
brand was founded in Manchester, England, by Angus Lloyd &  Henri Strzelecki MBE, Since 1963, Henri Lloyd has continued to push the boundaries of style and technical innovation, establishing itself over the last five decades with a formidable global reputation for designing producing quality premium high-end casual lifestyle clothing, during the war Henri was in the Polish army & was awarded both Polish and British military medals in 1946, he settled in Manchester, With typical entrepreneurial spirit ‘Mr Henri’ as he was to become known founds Henri Lloyd in a converted chapel in Manchester, England, Henri Lloyd pioneered the use of new technologies and fabrics such as Bri-Nylon in its early clothing lines, Among its innovations were the first non-corrosive zipper made of nylon, the introduction of Velcro closures in waterproof garments, the hand taping of seams as an alternative to varnishing, and the incorporation of gore-tex waterproofing, in 1984 Henri Lloyd launched the Consort Original sailing jacket the ‘look’ was uber-cool it wasn’t until 1984 that the brand became a fashionable brand.

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The original Consort Original sailing jacket

With the Milan Scooter Society adopting a Henri Lloyd sailing jacket to be worn with Levis 501s and Timberland deck shoes. This launched the brand onto stardom within the fashion world with Henri Lloyd clothing and accessories soon becoming an essential need for fashionable men around Europe. Around a decade after the launch of the fashion ranges Henri Lloyd Black Label was launched linking Italian inspired design with the technical materials that gave the brand a purpose all those years ago. The launch was so successful that Henri Lloyd won an award for their endeavours in 1997, and the rest they say is history! it flips the company into the world of international fashion.

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Danny Dyer wearing a Henri Lloyd jacket in the film football factory

In the 1980s British football fashion-led subculture`s started to wear Henri Lloyd on the terraces, the casual subculture reached its peak in the late 1980s. With the arrival of the acid house, rave Manchester scenes, the violence of the casual subculture faded, In the mid-1990s, the casual subculture experienced a revival, but emphasis on style had changed slightly. Many football fans adopted the casual look as a kind of uniform, identifying them as different from the ordinary club supporters. Popular clothing brands included Stone Island, Aquascutum, Burberry, & of course Henri Lloyd, In the late 1990s, many football supporters began to move away from the brands that were considered the casual uniform, because of the police attention that these brands attracted. Several designer labels also withdrew certain designs from sale after they became associated with casuals.

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The Cowes Polo is iconic for Henri Lloyd

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Marking their 50th anniversary, Henri Lloyd have worked to create a range that combines their established, classic aesthetic with the industry’s new penchant for high-end technical wear, their new collection Black Label focuses on ‘real’ characters and pioneers, the brand offers a collection punctuated by bold colors and focuses on street wear essentials to provide somewhat of a rugged but casual style clothing.

Henri Lloyd is a true classic British icon when it comes to performance & casual clothing, you don`t just get great clothing you get years of innervation & quality to.

By

Bob Redfern

BE BOLD BE PROUD

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