Design duo Joe Corre and Simon Armitage established their A Child Of A Jago label to produce avant-garde English tailoring, and they have just released their Summer 2011 menswear collection. Often portraying the grit of ye Olde England through their fashion, this week we see the Beggin’ print utilised in many of these new pieces.
A Child Of The Jago French Front Domestic Extremist Shirt. Joe Corre and Simon Barnzley use the A Child Of The Jago Domestic Extremist print to decorate this summer applique polo shirt. The white bamboo viscose mix polo is broken up with a blue check French front. The detail on the button placket and the rigid collar adds structure to this casual piece.
A Child Of The Jago Beggin T-Shirt. Joe Corre and Simon Barnzley have built their A Child Of The Jago label around true British heritage and continue to portray the grit of old England times. Stained in tea, this T-Shirt has the Beggin’ design printed in black all over this regular fit T-Shirt. This round neck T-Shirt is made from naturally sustainable bamboo viscose and cotton.
A Child Of The Jago Rigger Shorts. Often using off cuts of fabric from luxury fashion houses Joe Corre and Simon Barnzley create unique designs for their A Child Of The Jago label. The relaxed fit Rigger Short in grey are decorated with the beggin’ print on the pocket. A white knotted rope belt ties around the waist whilst the over sized pockets create a slouchy silhouette. The wait band is finished with buttons so you can attach button hole braces.
See the full collection of menswear by A Child of the Jago now.