The partner piece to 2018’s Introducing collection, the Women’s ‘Introducing’ capsule takes inspiration from a rich and detailed past in order to map a new route for the future. The collection casts an eye back over the Belstaff Archives, in order to rediscover silhouettes shot through with innovation and functionality and revisited through a modern lens.

The collection is the first Women’s capsule from Creative Director Sean Lehnhardt-Moore, where classic inspiration meets modern innovation. This collection presents a timeless mix of seasonless outerwear, knitwear, trousers and shirts.

The Garrison Coat brings military styling front and centre in a timeless, three-quarter length silhouette. Inspired by Belstaff pioneering Aviatrixes Amelia Earhart and Amy Johnson fromthe 1930’s, the sturdy cotton, unlined and seam sealed style is based on a classic Storm coat.

The Journey Jacket is a closely woven cotton canvas style, with Belstaff hand-waxed bridle leather trim, inspired by the hardwearing fabrics of the 1950s, as used for panniers and travel bags. The heavy laundering of the fabric gives a broken-in and worn feel to make sure the jacket remains easy-to-wear, while being fit for purpose.

The simple silhouette of the Belstaff scooter jacket, a style adopted from the 1950s with both bikers and early-adopter mods, inspired the Cooper Jacket. The point collar is evocative of the era, and adds to the classic feel. Made from hand-crafted, luxe brown leather, the slim cut gives a timeless silhouette, with the front pockets adding a practical edge.

The Rider Trouser can be worn in a number of ways due to the tailored, tapered design. Form and function blend in a style that sees biker-inspired zip detailing on a modern stretch twill, bringing freedom of movement. Available in Black, Navy or Taupe.

The rest of the capsule follows the same lead – classic styles reimagined for modern times with a sense of continuity at their core. The women’s Remmie Shirt revisits the ever-versatile Western shirt, while the Clara Henley and Harbour Roll Neck both complement the capsule, using the finest fabrics for ease of wear.

Introducing will be available globally from Belstaff stores and online from April 2019. April also sees the introduction of the modernised Women’s Trialmaster jacket. The classic four-pocket jacket style has been adapted to a more streamlined silhouette for women. Crafted with precision to protect on even the most testing journeys, the Trialmaster’s waxed finish is water repellent, but breathable, while the belt keeps the look feminine. Classic colourways of Black, Navy and Faded Olive are available, in addition to seasonal colours Lagoon and Bronze Oak.

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Belstaff is the essential outfitter for the modern adventurer. For close to a century, it has been making clothes for those who want to push the limits. With heritage of technical innovation rooted in the north of England, the company started life by kitting out some of the most daring people the world has seen, from aviator Amy Johnson to adventurer TE Lawrence and revolutionary Che Guevara. The jackets they wore are still made by Belstaff today – and questing individuals are still kitted out in an array of products that combine respect for the past with a hunger for future development.

Technically excellent, beautifully crafted British design and know-how lies at the heart of Belstaff, and pieces range from robust, high-performance wear for the most exacting of conditions, to perfectly judged pieces for more everyday adventures. Rigorously designed, effortlessly good-looking, Belstaff is built for life.

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