The shape of things to come…..

SS’19 brings a whole new direction for James Lakeland with a focus on natural, neutral fabrics and colour tones. As always tailoring and cut is quintessential to the collection, however this season there is more of a focus on soft, delicate lines. Pure Cottons Adding a crisp, refined edge to the collection, the cotton used is a high thread count Italian selection, making it slightly more rigid in appearance. This creates simple silhouettes, whilst adding details such as deep side pockets, give each piece a sharp individuality. Natural Linens Taking... Read More


When the world of fashion and charity collide

When the world of fashion and charity collide. James Lakeland has always been an keen advocate of helping causes close to his heart, one being Make Sense Of It, which fundraises for two specific MS Society projects supporting those with Multiple Sclerosis. What is Multiple Sclerosis (MS) MS is a life long chronic illness that can affect your brain and spinal cord. It can cause problems with vision, balance, muscle control, and other basic body functions and at this present time there is no known cure. The effects are often... Read More


Christmas Gift Guide

Christmas shopping can be a daunting experience, especially for your nearest and dearest. So we have selected our key must-have pieces to ‘wow’ that someone special. To make an impact and nail the right gift go for a statement gift, keep it classic yet stylish and you can’t go wrong! Faux Fur Mustard Coat This season is all about faux fur and the sumptuous mustard coat has been on our wish list in a big way.  The super soft feel to this cosy, chic coat is enough to impress even... Read More



Celebrating 25 years of designing and creating women’s clothing. This year James Lakeland is turning 25 and to mark this occasion he has turned his hand at creating a collection that is his most luxurious to date. This Autumn Winter the collection features indulgent, bespoke fabrics sourced from remote regions all over Italy, something that has remained a defining feature since the very beginning. Faux fur, clashing florals with animal prints and subtle yet chic embellishments takes this season to a whole new level of sophisticated, refined style.   Where... Read More


Clash of the Prints

  Iran has a global reputation for its rugs, which are an integral part of the Iranian culture. The process of creating a Persian rug starts with the grazing of sheep. Persian rugs are traditionally spun from sheep’s wool, the quality of which varies depending on the breed of sheep, climate, pasturage, and time of shearing. Women then turn the wool into thread by hand and boil the threads with natural dyes from plants and insects. For example, madder roots, cochineal, chamomile, grape leaves, pomegranate rind, and indigo produce reds,... Read More


Leopard is here to stay!

Leopard print has stood the test of time and its here to stay. The 60’s saw the likes of David Bowie and Debbie Harry take this iconic print to the extreme, with head-to-foot lycra bodysuits. The 1970’s punk era added leopard print as an alternative to tartan and the 80’s took leopard print to dizzy heights splashing it all over  fuchsia sweatshirts and netted puff skirts.  Supermodels and music fashionista’s have embraced leopard print for decades, as what better way to make a bold statement?  Now, however it’s become a... Read More



It might be hot out there and thinking about the colder winter months drawing in is far from our minds. But with summer holidays just round the corner and summer sales in full swing, at James Lakeland it’s all about AW’18. This season is centred on animal prints, soft velvets, faux fur and feminine florals. The vibrant collection is his boldest yet. Stretch velvet jumpsuits, leopard print trouser suits and sumptuous faux fur coasts are a must have. As always James Lakeland is all about the fine Italian cuts to... Read More


Game, Set & Match

Knowing what to wear for day-time sporting events isn’t always easy. Let us take you through some of the do’s and don’ts to make sure you ace your style. Courtside Chic It may be crisp whites for the players but it doesn’t mean you have to keep to this traditional rule when visiting Wimbledon. If It’s bold coloring, keep the style simple. A shift dress is uncomplicated in design but with a slight weight to the fabric, this will ensure it hangs in all the right places. A bright color... Read More